Things I Know…
What do I know??
I know I’m really looking forward to the school holidays.
I know we have lots of exciting things plans for the holidays.
I know I’m hoping the tummy ache side effect from Annie’s new medicine will settle down soon.
I know I’m hoping the medicine will work because her meltdowns have been steadily increasing in their intensity.
I know the housework has somehow gotten on top of me and I just can’t seem to get it under control again.
I know Annie cleans when she is stressed and has said numerous times ‘When I clean my room it makes my head less kerfluffly’… so maybe if the house was clear it would help too?
I know the days are harder at the moment and with spring in the air I was thinking they’d get easier.
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I hope things get better for Annie, too!
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Department of Psychology and Neuroscience