Welcome to the KingZoo and Funny Farm, where we learn to live, laugh, and love together. Here you'll find snippets of life in our zoo, parenting tips we've learned along the way, reflections on shining God's light in this world, passions in the realm of orphan care, and our journey as parents of a visually impaired child with sensory processing disorder. Have fun!

Friday, June 3, 2016

Every. Single. Milestone.

It has been said that as a parent of a special needs child, we learn to celebrate even the smallest of milestones.

So today I am rejoicing that he actually decided to use the potty (a hit-or-miss endeavor even after 1 year of trying) and wipe himself (a first).

And I am choosing to ignore the fact that he left a trail of paper from bathroom to dining room and that he seemingly prefers to wipe in public.

And it is possible, as my brother has suggested, that he was just leaving a trail so that he can find his way back to the bathroom and the rest of his clothes.

No comments:

Post a Comment