Friday, August 18, 2006

Crappy day

I have had one of my worst days in recent memory, and I'm just too tired to recap it right now. Maybe later, maybe not. We'll see. If you read my post on the BB, then you only know one of the 5 crummy things I had to deal with today, some equally bad, some not so, but I've just had it. I'm going to crawl in a hole for the rest of the weekend and try to forget about today.

I haven't scrapped in days, but my mom posted a couple new layouts on her blog. The one of Luke and my grandfather still brings (happy) tears to my eyes. Enjoy!

Currently feeling: like hiding

4 comments:

  1. (((Erin))) That lady really was a kook. I hope the rest of the weekend is much much better for you. :)

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  2. Hugs Erin! Thinking of you.

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  3. {{hugs}} Luke is FINE. All kids develop at their own pace and schedule. You can't speed it up or slow it down, trust me. I was sooo worried about DS #1 when he was little. He took a long time to talk(nearly 2 1/2 before he had any kind of vocabulary), seemed permanently attatched to his pacifer, to the point I thought he would take it to college, and lets not relive the whole potty training thing again!! I thought he would always be shy, quiet, clingy, but you should see him now, at almost 9, he is his own person and has grown leaps and bounds. I have a hard time remembering him in his quiet days because he's so not like that anymore!!

    DS #2 seemed to talked almost immediately, from birth, and he ended up in speech therapy last year, and again this coming school year.

    I posted on the BB that here in Michigan kids aren't expected to count to 100 until the *end* of Kindergarten and if I remember correctly he didn't have to "know" anything to get into kindergarten or the pre-K program he was in. They tested him, just to get a gauge of where he was at. I think he new his colors, his name, some of his ABC's, could write a few letters, read a few things, but no where near what you were describing. The woman was a nutjob!!

    I hope you find a place for Luke where you feel comfortable with him there. I've never had to do that but I'm sure it's incredibly hard. It's times like this that I wish we were all a little closer so I could give you a real hug!

    Sarah

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  4. {{Erin}} Remember, all daycares are not created equal. You will find one that is right for you!
    Take a break, do some Layouts, or something else that you wish to do :)

    Shalini

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