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Sorry I'm just updating... last night was a whirlwind bc I was trying to help my husband function enough to eat dinner and get settled in to stay up all night... he had been up for about 24 hours straight, slept about 2 and then woke up to stay up all night last night. He was miserable LOL But he is starting on nights tonight
Okay... here goes...
CADE DID GREAT!! So far so good anyway! The transition hasn't been too hard on him and he seems really happy! For one thing, they take him straight out to the playground when we get there in the mornings (we're always the first ones there) so he's plenty happy with that! And I think they spend a LOT of time outside... which he loves. His teacher told me today she was surprised that he was starting to come to her to be held & he was loving on her & being so sweet to her. He's been eating pretty well there and actually napped an hour & a half today! I told them I was amazed, he doesn't nap well away from home so I was shocked that they already had him napping there!
I think what I'm happiest about is..... he's not what they expected. I'm not sure why they expected him to be difficult (well, maybe bc we visited the day before so I could warn them of his "quirks" LOL)..... they keep saying, he's such a good little boy, he's so easy, he's so sweet.... she said even the director came by and commented about how well he was adjusting.
So I'm pretty happy
They are going to work with him on trying new foods by playing with it...
They're going to work with him on potty training (the other daycare refused to)....
Both days he has come home WORN OUT so he must stay pretty busy!!
I really can't say anything bad about it... his teachers are AWESOME... I'm even already texting one of them during the day to see how he's doing and she will text me at work with questions or whatever LOL....
Well this isn't technically "preschool".... it's called a dayschool but it's run by & beside the preschool, but it's separate. He may or may not be enrolled in their preschool in the fall depending on whether we can afford it and whether he's ready.
But as far as the dayschool goes, they work with him on all the things he NEEDS help with... I don't think he'd be ready for preschool... these people are experienced in caring for kids with developmental delays so it is perfect for him!