Eyes behind ya

June 24, 2008 at 8:34 pm 2 comments

     Like my mother told me, I tell C I have “eyes in the back of my head” when it comes to him. It worked with me as a kid; I believed my Mom could see everything I was doing. But C isn’t that easy. He. Must. Test. Constantly. “Mommy, without turning around, can you see what direction my train is going?”

     Not realizing yet I was being tested, I said, “Forward.”

    “Nope,” he said, “it’s going backward. Why couldn’t you see that with your eyes behind ya?”

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  • 1. Ruthie  |  June 25, 2008 at 3:12 pm

    LOL That’s adorable. I love the little things that my son says. Mine loves trains too. Nice to find another blogger dealing with Autism.

    Thanks, Ruthie. Am on my way to visit you now!

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  • 2. awalkabout  |  June 25, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    Tell him it’s like a mirror when you see out of the back of your head. Like the way Ambulance is on the front of an ambulance. *nod* 🙂 *is evil*

    LOL – I’ll point out the ambulance thing next time – he’ll get a kick out of that, actually.

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