Monthly Archives: November 2012

breakthrough?

Made it through Thanksgiving,just have Christmas to go and then Holiday Hell will be over for another year. It was a discombobulated holiday this year anyway. I kept two of my grandsons for five days. This was the duo of … Continue reading

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liar,liar pants on fire

Of all the crazy making things my FASD kids do it is the constant,often for no real reason,lying. I hate lying. I think that is why God gave me children who lie. I am not kidding. It is kind of … Continue reading

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abandonment and being loved

My sixteen year old son has had a very rough week. Every abandonment trigger he has was hit. The kicker was when his sister told him she would pick him up Monday morning  and then decided she would only do … Continue reading

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time

Time heals most things;kind of,sort of. We are getting used to only having one very,very quiet sixteen year old at home. When my daughter moved out,there had been quite a bit of undercurrent going on. When she left the tension … Continue reading

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transitions

I have never pretended to do the whole teen to young adult transition well. It has always been my least favorite phase of parenting.  I now have two non-neuro-typical  young adults “launched.” This has been much,much harder than all the … Continue reading

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and then there was one

My middle son moved out today. He has decided to suport his sister ( financially ) and they now have an apartment together . Or perhaps I should say he has an apartment and she is also living there.  Her … Continue reading

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