Nothing says it’s going to be a terrible day quite like a massive morning #meltdown

Nothing says it’s going to be a terrible day quite like a massive morning #meltdown

It’s not a super fun morning once again. Emmett is not in a good mood, and the whole neighborhood is likely aware of it by now. I don’t know what has him so upset, but I wish I did.

I hate starting the day like this because it’s stressful for everyone, especially the kid in question.

Emmett’s not trying to be disruptive. He’s teetering on the edge of a meltdown. It’s like he’s fighting to maintain, but whatever is causing the distress keeps pushing him towards the edge. It sucks, and it’s heartbreaking because when he’s like this, you can’t even talk to him.

We have a busy day ahead of us, and I’m hoping we can make it through this and get the boys to school on time. There’s not much wiggle room today, and I need cooperation. The main question is will I get it?

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Sorry for the rough start to your morning. It is hard. Meltdowns around here usually occur after school. Hang in there, in can only go up from here, right?

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