I LOVE SNOW! I LOVE WINTER! FOR ME THE BIGGER THE STORM THE BETTER! WHEN I WAS A KID I LOVED BEING SNOWED IN! I STILL DO! BUT THEN FEEL GUILT FOR LOVING IT SO MUCH!
Kodi does not do well before and during storms of any kind!
At about 11:30 he went from the ok child to one that cried really hard for about 5 hours.
It was beginning to spit a mixture out of the sky! It kept getting heavier and also a beautify wet snow that I wish I could go drive around now (it’s dark) and take photos of all the pine trees etc. But I hate it that my little guy hurts this bad. Then around 4 or 4:30 he quit crying and slowly became
Mr. Monster Wild Child.
He has not stopped giggling since. It has stopped with the
worst best of the snow now so the heaviest is over and he is so very very happy!
We are dealing with full moon issues again as well.
So now we are trying to get him to settle down!!!
I’m exhausted and I can tell this will be a very long night!
You are my little grizzly! I have video of you crying today, growling and grunting like a grizzly bear, and laughing hysterically! All from today. I can tell you these days are the most exhausting because we are dealing with like 3 very different kids during each very different modes.
I was thinking how it’s like you are in solitary confinement being DeafBlind. You are seeking input however you can get it. We try to keep communicating with you. But when you are spinning out of control we can’t really do much with you. Except keep you safe and away from something that you can get hurt on. You keep stripping of your clothing and you insisting on the elephant sleep mask to be around your neck. I take it off and you put it right back on. I move it on your eyes and you pull it back down. I love you my darling boy! But I don’t know how to get you to calm down. It’s been well over an hour since you have had all your meds… you should be sleeping by now.
I love you very much little bear cub. I want you to know some day how much we love you and tried to understand you. I know some day we will be able to communicate better… and perfectly understand you. But I hope someday when you read this you will be able to tell us what was so funny!
Love Mom, Symone, and Colt!