When you see these pictures, can you see what I see?
Nov 22 2012
To all my special needs parents……
- By Rob Gorski
- 1 min to read
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Aww. Him and Lizzy look so cute together. You need to frame that photo, regardless of sensory issues or not.
I see mom protecting her child, even in her sleep.
I see what I saw today with my 2 year old who has sensory processing disorder and according to his doctor earlier this week likely high functioning autism. Overwhelmed by all the sensation and craving the deep pressure from a cuddle and his weighted blanket
Sensory overload and shut down. However I also see hope that it's not all that bad, despite a big day he is still wearing clothes, socks and shoes and seeking cuddles.
@Suz ding ding, we have a winner. 🙂
……and yes, he did keep his clothes on 🙂
I forgot Exhaustion physically, mentally & emotionally.
I'm not a special needs parent, but I still see Pain. Misery. Sadness. Hurting physically, mentally and emotionally.
@MikeNYvetteKennedy you are also right, although that's not what I was looking for. You really do know Lizze don't you. 🙂