I've been toying with adding in more structure, in part because of Rye almost certainly being
aspergers, I am informed that such children thrive with routine and structure
I look at our days though, and I wonder...
He is loving the connecting straws and building more and more
Nervous mama has given him unrestricted access to scissors.
And as a consequence his scissor skills are improving dramatically.
Came back from hanging out laundry to find with a
Thomas the Tank Engine first handwriting book.
(and yes he loves the "new" chair)
For Aunty Jen - a citiblock aeroplane.
A house, which he's played with all evening, creatively
and also working out scenarios.
We've been discussing quite a bit what happens should we ever loose each other in town
Rye finds it distressing to talk about, yet this evening he was telling the figures
"If you get lost go into a shop and tell the person at the till you're lost and I'll find you"
We've also watched short videos on meerkats and bat earred foxes on National Geographic Kids
he's played with mindie, and shared beautifully.
He's played with playdough
He's sung songs
He's asked questions
But the most important thing......