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Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56008 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting Meg ♥:" I know you weren't asking me, but this is what I have in my book marks: http://sensorysmarts.com/sensory_diet_activities.html"


Thanks meg

Mommy&3+1 Due February 17; 3 kids; Ohio 1796 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" Well I never ever thought I'd be posting in here. Cora had a psych eval last week, and the doc thought ... [snip!] ... Or should I just hold out and deal until then? Sorry for such a long post. If you read it, I could really use the help"



my son has TONS of issues with sleep. and it wasnt until we started a melatonin regimen that we were able to control his bed time (make it easier for him to go to sleep). but we still are yet to find anything to help him stay asleep. he usually wakes up once a night for a few hours :?



good luck with her next eval! hope the time flies by for you. it took us a year, which at his age i've heard was a fast process (he's 2.5).

mama3trish 3 kids; Ontario 9524 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" She does go to the bathroom by herself. And she won't drink water. The only thing she'll drink is ... [snip!] ... for 5 hours without calming down or falling asleep. I'm going to look more into the sensory diet. Do you have a link handy?"

Sorry just got really busy today-glad the other ladies could help.

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
27th Aug '12

Just curious, was anyone's child "nonverbal" at 2.5 and went on to talking as they got older? His SP says they are only nonverbal until they aren't and that they can start talking at any time, I am just curious at how common that is.

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56008 posts
27th Aug '12

So I just found out that Cora's insurance will NOT cover the testing at the developmental center.

So I'm going to make an appointment with her pedi to find out where to go from here


I did have a question about imaginitive play. Cora seems to ALWAYS be doing imagintive play. It's like she lives in her head

How much is too much?

Mommy of a giggler! 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 9017 posts
27th Aug '12
Quoting Mrs.Rachael +2:" Just curious, was anyone's child "nonverbal" at 2.5 and went on to talking as they got older? His SP ... [snip!] ... they are only nonverbal until they aren't and that they can start talking at any time, I am just curious at how common that is."

My son was nonverbal until just past his 4th birthday. He will be 5 in 2 weeks and talks NON stop now :)

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
28th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommy of a giggler!:</b>" My son was nonverbal until just past his 4th birthday. He will be 5 in 2 weeks and talks NON stop now :)"</blockquote>



Very comforting, thank you!