Sunday, November 8, 2009

One step forward...

Yesterday we went to speech therapy around noon. The therapist said that Sebastian had the best session so far. His eye contact has been improving lately, and he is more attentive to his environment.

That night I went to work. Everything was fine when I called around seven, but when I finally came home around 3 am my babysitter said that at ten o'clock Sebastian had had the worst tantrum ever, was crying and grabbing her hair.

Sebastian's stool has undigested food on it again and it looks only a little better than before GAPS diet.

Why does it always seem to be the case with me: whenever we seem to be making a step forward, it's followed by a step or two back?

1 comment:

  1. I guess without those steps forward, the steps back would be even worse. Or do the steps back attach themselves to the steps forward, so that it would actually be better to have no steps at all, either forward or back? Then again, if you shuffled sideways, you might outsmart or confuse the "step back" part. Sebastian, I've noticed, really likes spinning in circles though...maybe that's the key!

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