The past two days Gavin has been wanting to spend a great deal more time with his visibly challenged friends. In fact, it’s the first thing he does when he gets up in the morning and the last thing he does before bed.
I’m praying that this is something that will pass because he’s completely maxed out on his antipsychotic medication.
It’s only been a couple of days that I’ve noticed this trend but the boys have noticed this as well and are asking to join Gavin in his “imaginary” world’s. So far we have been like, no way José, but I have no idea of that’s the right thing to do.
All we have right now is instinct and our concern is that this would be very confusing for the two E’s.
I did have to tell Gavin to send his visibly challenged friends home because he had spent quite a bit of time with them already today.
Has there ever been a parenting handbook written that can offer advice on what to when your non-schizophrenic children ask to emerse themselves in their schizophrenic older brother imaginary world’s?
If you happen to come across one, please let me know because while I don’t read many books, I’d make an exception for that.
In the picture above, Gavin, Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and someone from My Little Pony, just finished playing cards. What you see here is what’s left of the fake money they were apparently gambling with.
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