Monday, August 31, 2009

And now we have two chatterboxes

 

Sean has officially graduated from Early Intervention.  Last week he has his final group session and today was his last session with the speech therapist. 

Six month.  That’s all he needed.  He is probably going to miss his sessions and all his “friends” he got to play with every Wednesday.  But, if you spend 5 minutes with him it’s pretty obvious that he has no trouble talking anymore.  I thought Meghan talked a lot.  He’s giving her a run for her money.  Sean now has the words to yell when Meghan takes one of her toys or to tattle on her when she pushes him (I’m sure she loves that).  It’s just constant chatter around here.  Enough that it makes it difficult to hear yourself think. 

I sort of wish he was still in the program.  If only because it gave him something to do every week with other kids his age.  We now need to find something else he can do.  Meghan will be back in preschool and dance soon but poor Sean has nothing as of yet.  We probably going to join the local Y.  I’ve wanted to get both of them in swimming lessons for awhile now.  I am not looking forward to shuttling from one place to another but it’s got to be better than what I have now (kids literally bouncing off walls and furniture).

Meghan doesn’t start her first full week of school until September 14th so my plan is to figure out what we are doing for the fall while trying to squeeze as much as possible out of what summer we have left.

1 Comment:

Gilda said...

So good to hear! Glad he is doing well, but I know what you mean about talking too much.