My heart broke when you said he burst into tears. My daughter is fearful of using a computer because of a teacher she had in 1st grade. While we don't homeschool, I often think I should, at least for my ASD child. The amount of junk I have to pull out of her ears every day (figuratively speaking, of course)is unbelievable.
I know, Michelle, it was heartbreaking to see his reaction. Homeschool certainly seems to be well suited to my ASD kids, and honestly the relief from having to constantly fight for their needs is enormous. Thanks for stopping by Michelle!
Wow... do i EVER hear what your saying. Both on dealing with anxiety AND dealing with YOGA! lol Thank you for sharing your experiences... you make me feel not-so-alone.
Hi Vanessa! I'm really hoping this yoga thing works out. Exercise is something that I've always found tough to get my kids enthused about, but so far they seem to be enjoying this.
:( Think I would've grabbed the jar and spoon at that point. That made me sad. I just started yoga again after about a 2 year hiatus. My gal pal and I are on our 6th or 7th Beginner course (still working on our technique). :DR tried an adapted yoga class a number of years ago as well too. Thanks for planting the seed...will try and look for another class for him too!
I did finish making the toast for him, Diane. It was really sad.I think I can honestly say that yoga is changing my life. I used to think people who said that were so full of it! But my back is stronger and I just feel so much more positive energy flowing through me. And I'm so impressed with how enthused the kids are about it. It's awesome.