A stage I wish we’d skipped…

February 22, 2009 at 10:28 pm 1 comment

Isaac is not your normal kid. Seriously. there are some times, he’s as normal as they come, and others, well…not so normal. He eats weird food-onions, sushi, all sorts of asian-he does things on his own time and terms and then he does other things at normal pace.


With a language delayed child, you never know where the delay will end and the age appropriateness will begin. I think we’re at that point. 

We’ve entered what I’ve been dreading. 

the “WHY” phase.


everything is “why?”


I’ve even said “Because I said so..” and that doesn’t counteract the “why”


Oh, save me. Could we have skipped this stage altogether? This and the “I must visit every public potty on the face of the planet” stage?


Entry filed under: insanity.

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  • 1. Chris H  |  February 22, 2009 at 11:09 pm

    roflmao!! Nope, you can’t get to skip these stages… My younger one went through not only the “I must visit every public potty on the face of the planet” stage, but he upped the ante by having to visit EVERY…SINGLE…STALL… in a place before we could leave. Mind you, he did this on repeated trips to the rest room. God forbid the kid could just do it all in one take! LOL


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