September 8, 2010

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When he came home from school he was incredibly slappy. My kidney's were his favorite target and because of that I am extremely sore at the moment. He doesn't slap because he is angry only, he slaps when he is happy or excited and he was excited to be home. And while I was initially excited about him being home, getting slapped in the lower back multiple times will make anyone less than thrilled.

One might think it's a simple matter of teaching him not to slap. When they child does not speak...how do you accomplish that? We grab his hands and tell him no...tell him to be soft and gentle but when the moment takes him....he forgets and I get slapped. No one remembers this from when he was on the Depakote before, this time I have this Blog and Tay as a witness. So there.

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