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Yup she started in September she LOVES it, she is learning so much. Little things I don't think about like fire saftey stop, drop, and roll. She can count to ten in Spanish and almost 30 in English. She gets to play with things I keep out of the house because of Alex, they play outside for at least 30 min everyday and she can use the big kid swings now.
A.J has been in a developmental preschool since January of this year.
He is doing great.. A.J has an amazing memory. He knows the Alphabet (taught himself!!). He is always spelling out words he see's when we are at the store or driving. He knows numbers up to 30! He'll look at the number 18 and say eighteen, 20 and say twenty,etc He can count up to 40. And the best news of all, he is now playing with kids. 6 months ago he wouldn't even parallel play with a peer. Now it doesn't bother him anymore.
Also wanted to add that A.J's speech has improved. He is starting to use 2-3 word at a time. At school, they make him interact and this has helped so much along with therapy. I do find it interesting that he knows his letters and numbers so well but is still behind with communicating. I've read this is common with Autism. I sometimes wonder if A.J will be a gifted child when he starts school. Only time will tell.. His memory is amazing.. He even remembers directions to stores. I have to verbally explain where we are going and the turn we are taking to avoid a major meltdown in the car. craziness..
Last edited by Adriana's Mommy; October 30th, 2012 at 10:03 PM.
Sergio is in it. He's still pretty introverted, but so is the majority of his class. He's in a pretty mellow class. I went to give him a b-day party last month and saw him out running around on the playground having a good time, and doing circle time. He looked fine. His coloring skills still leave something to be desired but, eh. Hugo was the same at that age and has perfect academics now.
I don't usually get to see him at school since my mom drops him off, but at least he doesn't say he doesn't want to go. That is really all I ask at his age.