|In the exam room|
For example, not too long ago, Adam was obsessed with wearing his ball cap, and would be really upset without it. Wes was trying to get him "un-stuck" on this obsession and took it off. Adam cried at first, but Wes turned it into a game to see if Adam could find where his hat was hidden. Adam soon realized he would be okay without his hat on, and it isn't such a big deal to him anymore.
He has this thing right now about arranging and taking pictures of his food. This is a bridge over a river.
And this is a recent Facebook post from Wes: Adam's practicing his letters by drawing them in the air and he just gave me this gem. "A cross looks like a lower case t, except it's made out of wood instead of your imagination."
After the appt., we took Adam to have a special day with us. He had both of us all to himself. We went to the Cincinnati Museum Center. He loved it.
This weekend, I worked in Alabama and was able to bring the boys and one of our favorite college students from church along with me to watch the boys while I worked. We stopped at an amusement/water park called Lake Winnie (near Chattanooga) on our way there. It was an amazing day!! I said many prayers of thanks while we enjoyed some fun in the sun!