This is the Week that the Lord has Made, I Will Rejoice and……..

big week

Hey Family! This week is an important and monumental week in the life of Super Mighty Max and I, at least for me it is, because this is the the week that Super Mighty Max starts going to daycare part-time, and staying home with me. I’m nervous and excited! I’m nervous because, the last time he stayed home with me for a significant amount of time, I wasn’t able to handle it. If you remember what I shared in a previous blog, when I stayed home with Super Mighty Max in the beginning of the year, he was at his worse. He was fussing, crying, desired to be held constantly, and in pain. At the time, I just wasn’t mentally and emotionally prepared to handle what Super Mighty Max needed. However, I feel more confident and equipped to do so!

dad daycare

I’m also excited to keep Super Mighty Max home with me, because of the opportunities to bond more with my son, as well as expose him to more of the world. The question is, how do I do this? Do we take field trips? Go to the zoo or aquarium? Do I read to him? Do I pray with him? Do I listen to music with him? Do we do physical therapy? Do we just sit and look at each other? Do I attempt to teach him new things? Talking? Crawling? Sign language? Reaching? Communication? I’ll be honest, I don’t have the slightest clue of what these next few months will look like, however I’m looking forward to stimulating Super Mighty Max’s mind and spirit.

Lastly, I’m excited about this week because, today I take Super Mighty Max to the PMR (physical medicine and rehabilitation) doctor, an appointment we’ve been waiting on. This is the doctor who will be ordering all of Super Mighty Max’s equipment and tools to help him have a full and functioning experience. The appointment is today and I’m intrigued as to what will take place! So, on that note, Super Mighty Max and myself need to get dressed and out the door!!!!

This is the Week that the Lord has Made, I Will Rejoice and Be Glad In It!!!

Brandon

Posted on October 13, 2015, in Disability. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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