Another one bites the dust

Another one bites the dust

Emmett’s been up for awhile already.  Why?  Because now it’s apparently his turn to be sick.  Right now it’s pretty minor and just a runny nose.
Having said that, for a child like Emmett, with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder, a runny nose is a really big deal.

He hates the feeling of his nose leaking and this will put him in a pretty foul mood.  I’m pretty sure this is a sensory and something we will continue to work on.

Does something as simple as a runny nose, drive your sensory sensitive child crazy? Is there anything you have found that helps?

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My Three Sons

My child hates a stuffy nose! It drives him and us crazy as he snorts and snorts and blows to try to clear his nasal passages. It also causes him a great deal of anxiety as this is not how his nose is supposed to be. It can cause him to lose quite a bit of sleep because he is so troubled by it. Hope you find something to help Emmitt cope.


@My Three Sons thanks. This just like what we go through.

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