My goodness...I've been a bad, bad blogger. So much going on, but not writing it down.
Okay, here is a little glimpse at a tiny scene of the day...
Today at preschool Aidan followed the arrival procedure without a fight. We waited outside until the duty kids rang the bells. Then, we entered the little red schoolhouse, hung his bag and coat up. Changed shoes, and washed hands. Then he put his name on the fridge door (without being guided to do so) before proceeding to play
Today was day 5, and during all of our previous visits I have had to hold him back from running in to play so that he could learn the routine. Previously he cried, twisted, turned, and made me feel like an evil, bad, horrible troll that wasn't letting him cross the bridge to get to the other side.
Today things clicked. I was so proud of him.
Today I was a very happy troll.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Saturday, September 4, 2010
This has been my crazy calling over the last few months. Painting, making art cards, approaching business to sell art cards, starting The Little Gull blog, working with an amazing art printer - Scott at Art Ink Print, planning with the local Down Syndrome Society, signing up for an ETSY account, making signage for stores.
I couldn't be happier. Really. The Little Gull feeds my soul and makes me feel I am a part of something bigger than just me. It's a good feeling.
I still get nervous approaching businesses, but so far they have been very kind. One bookstore owner told me she was going out of art cards, that they simply didn't have room for them. But, with regards to The Little Gull Project she said, "But this is different. Let's go for it."