The W Family Chronicles

Yes, I know I suck.

Posted on: September 24, 2007

Sorry!  I’m in a bit of a funk and have been spending very little time online.  I’m trying to get ready for J’s OT evaluation on Wednesday.  I’m reading a good book about Sensory Processing Disorder called Sensational Kids by Lucy Jane Miller.  A good read, and I definitely think J shows signs of having it.  Surprisingly, I see traits of my own while reading this book.  It makes me feel both good and bad — knowing that this might be something I’ve passed on to him (it can be hereditary) but at the same time knowing that I have figured out ways to deal with sensory input in a positive way and trusting that he can do the same.

Other than that, we are busy as usual.  School, friends, doctor’s appointments, etc.  It’s a never ending party here!


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D is the dad, the husband, and the breadwinner. All around nice guy and good at pretty much everything he does. It's disgusting, really. But makes him worth keeping around.

M is the mom, the wife, and the hopeless housekeeper. At least the kids' heads haven't fallen off yet. Beyond that, she sucks at the "stay at home" thing. Oh, and she's the blogger.

J is the big boy. Born October 11 2002, he is in kindergarten and loves it. Now 6 years old, and too smart for his own good. Talks a lot but extremely entertaining.

C is the little boy. Born June 26, 2006, he went through a lot in his first year but is doing just fine now. The only blond in the family, so his paternity is routinely questioned by rude strangers.

V is our baby girl. She is brand new and arrived in January 2009. So far everything is going well. We're thrilled to have added the final piece to our family puzzle. And yes, she WILL be the final piece!


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