Random Dress-Up Fest

It was a ho-hum kind of day around here today.  Daddy decided early on that he’d be spending the night near work because of the snow expected, but there wasn’t yet enough on the ground to have much fun with.  We made our own fun instead.


Nothing brightens up a dreary day like doing school dressed as Anna from Frozen with a pint-sized mermaid nearby and the Incredible Hulk flexing her stuff all through the house.

Tomorrow, there should be sledding, and snowmen, and Lord willing, Daddy will come home at the end of the day, and all will be right with the world again.

2 thoughts on “Random Dress-Up Fest

  1. I wasn’t able to tell for sure from the posts you have written about Delia, but is she on the autism spectrum? If so, you might be interested in a method a friend of mine began using with his non-verbal son who has autism. Liam had been diagnosed as autistic with and intellectual disability. His mom came across a method for communication called RPM, ( I think, I can find out for sure if you want to know,) and it was discovered that this boy who was diagnosed and dismissed as being mentally inferior was brilliant. He’s not an anomaly – this method has been used with similar results for many other children. If you would like to be able to read about Liam’s journey, email me. I will give you his dad’s Facebook page so you can read about what they’ve been doing and how it has changed Liam’s world.

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