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Old 11-28-05, 11:11 AM
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Never thought we'd be so happy to hear those words!
 
Jacob is finally "getting" Christmas this year!
 
Every commercial that comes on gets the "I want that" or "that's a girl's toy" comment from Jacob.
 


Tops on his wish list is the T-Rex Mountain thing (by Imaginext- and he's a dino freak), and he really wants this Hotwheels race track set, but I'm just afraid it's a little beyond him right now and he'd just be massively frustrated by it. KWIM? We're still on the look out for a few more things, but we still need a second "big gift" for him (and DD).

Anything on the wishlists of your munchkins?

Are you going to see Santa this year? How do you think that will go?
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Old 11-28-05, 11:14 AM
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That's great Melissa! Everytime I see that T-Rex thing I think of Jacob.
 


Would he like a remote control car of some sort? I got Brent a cheap one but they have a lot nicer ones too!
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Old 11-28-05, 05:07 PM
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Skye doesn't get the idea that she'll be getting presents but thats ok cause I do lol. I have gotten her so many baby dolls because she is like a little mommy these days. Thats so cool that Jacob knows now how exciting

What is Jacobs actual diagnosis?
Skye is pdd/nos but a couple of the peds this weekend told me they are seeing more aspergers in her then "autistic"
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Old 11-28-05, 07:14 PM
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His official DX is PDD-NOS. The psych did say that he thinks that the DX could be removed/changed to Aspergers as he gets a little older and "catches up". He seems to be develop in spurts- he stays at one point for a long time then catches up for a while. It's enough to drive you batty trying to get an accurate DX
 
We've been to 3 different evals and each one gave a different (or non) DX.
 
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Old 11-29-05, 01:41 PM
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That is great. I am going to take Zachary to the mall to meet Santa. I think he will do well. He loved it last year so I am going to cross my fingers. I don't think he understands the gift idea but he loves presents and surprises. He really is into cars and trains so that is what he will get this year....
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