Monday, November 27, 2006

Dear Noah:

here is a pic of you with the new camera. Wow....I wish I could snap my fingers and make the old baby front teeth come out and the new permanent front teeth fall down into place where they should be!

I DO HOPE and pray this takes care of itself soon......but I have been saying that now since summertime. I think it is time to take you to the dentist.

what crap that will likely be


Anonymous said...

Great photo! How frustrating that the teeth are still not out :(

How exciting that NOah is recognizing his emotions. That is WONDERFUL progress!

Anonymous said...

Hello, Noah's mom. I'm Brindley's mom. Brindley is 7 and has autism, too. I found your blog because I was trying to do a search on cloudy urine. Okay, that sounds weird, but today Brin's teacher said his urine was cloudy today and he had a hard time peeing, and today he had been wiggling up against the sofa at school a lot. He's been fidgety for sensory stim. However, tonight his urine looked fine to me, not cloudy. Also, he did start fish oil and some kind of spray my ex had given us to try since he uses it when he is over there. I don't know what to do on this one. I was wondering if the fish oil might cause the cloudy urine.
I glanced at your blog and it is beautifully written. Noah is adorable. It is hard having a little one with autism. I have some careworkers who help and a therapist on board at the school for ten hours a week. That helps. Brindley is good natured, but his language is so limited and he can't tell us how he feels or where he hurts. The feeling chart is great. You are lucky Noah has the language to express himself. Brindley has been in speech therapy since before he was two. He has made a ton of progress compared to where we were, but he is still very limited. We don't give up, we just keep going. We hope he will learn to read soon and learn to type so maybe, just maybe, he can start talking with us that way. I can't imagine it, but to some day have a conversation, a real conversation with my son---that would be a miracle!
If you want to email me, I'd be happy to talk with another mom. I would love that so much. My email is

Thanks so much.