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yogamom Offline
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1. What brings you here?My oldest (8 yr.) DD has SPD
2. What is your relations to someone with SPD? Do you have it? a child of yours? Do you treat SPD kids as a professional?I have some sensory issues myself
3. Share a little of your journey if you'd like.It's been tough and rewarding at the same time
4. Is there any immediate help you need?cost efficient home OT room, DH is unemployed right now
5. SPD doesn't run your life! What are you or your child's gifts? Interests? My DD's gifts: she is delightful, talkative and knowledgeable. She has a great sense of humor (she nicknamed boy twin Mr. Sunny pants because he was so cranky). She is artistic, energetic and playful. She loves all nature, bugs, and animals. Also loves dinosaurs and wants to a paleontologist. She is adventurous and daring. She loves yoga and OT.
6. What do you like to do in your spare time? Any hobbies or interests? In my "spare time" (LOL). I just had twins 5 months ago, and 2 older DD, so... I used to like to be social, eat out, go to movies, shop, travel and be a tourist, yoga (teacher of adults and children), massage therapist, read, write (although you probably thinking nice grammar and sentence structure right now....I'm holding a baby cut me a break LOL). I like lots of things but mostly I like people!

My story in a nutshell! I could delve into our journey with SPD but I have found it to be extremely similar to most everyone else's.
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Welcome!

I have twins too - just the one set though, girls now 9! My big boy with SPD is so funny too - he's very dry and quiet and falls about himself (literally) over the quirkiest things that makes the rest of us laugh so much.

Yoga is part of my "stay sane" strategy, I've found a great teacher and been going to her classes for nearly 11 years. We have these funny short hand conversations at the start of class about the state of my body and what to do about it, mostly waving of hands and grimacing. She's a treasure in my life.

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(10-25-2010, 12:29 AM)BusyMum Wrote:  Welcome!

I have twins too - just the one set though, girls now 9! My big boy with SPD is so funny too - he's very dry and quiet and falls about himself (literally) over the quirkiest things that makes the rest of us laugh so much.

Yoga is part of my "stay sane" strategy, I've found a great teacher and been going to her classes for nearly 11 years. We have these funny short hand conversations at the start of class about the state of my body and what to do about it, mostly waving of hands and grimacing. She's a treasure in my life.

BusyMum

Hi Busymum! I love having twins! But look forward to a little time to myself someday(haha). Look forward to getting back to my yoga practice someday, just not quite ready yet. Although, I do fall asleep in half pigeon at 3 am sometimes. LOL I use that pose and child's pose to manage my leg pain from having fibromyalgia and lying in bed for 7 months while making the twins. The middle of the night is when it bothers me most. It's great we have so much in common! I look forward to talking with you more in the future!
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