Text: Wow, it’s gorgeous. I wish I was there, too. I miss you more.
Text: How was your day? How is your night?
She nodded. “It has to do with a need for routine, and also with sensory issues. And the fact that many autistic kids’ melatonin isn’t right.” Kurt smiled to see that Bay was sleeping. “I want to repeat the tests from the pediatrician and then I want to do some with playing pretend, tracking pointing. And a few other things.”
"So us, being more strict with his bedtime routine is a good thing right? Sometimes he can sleep because of his breathing problem, it make shim wheeze and he gets uncomfortable." Blaine moved up to his shoulder and rubbed his back. "Okay, let me just wake him up so we can do them." He laughed a little as he started gently wake Bay.
The doctor nodded. “That’s good. Some autistic kids don’t sleep at all, so if he’s napping, the night sleep issues might not be from ASD. We’ll talk more about that later then.” Kurt looked at Blaine, not realizing Bay had gone back to napping.
Blaine nodded “Oh I didn’t know that. If we do the bath time, a book and maybe a slowly comfortable song, he will be out and stay asleep.” Blaine looked down at Bay and sighed when he saw his son sleeping again. “Okay, so what tests are we doing today?”
Yeah… miss the babies and Kurt.
I had a great flight, and I will try to have fun as I work..
Kurt nodded. “He’s pushed us and gotten violent, yes.” Kurt frowned. It was terrifying to see that behavior come out of such a well tempered child. “Those do suggest an autistic meltdown rather than a tantrum. But it is amazing that he is making a friend. The school hasn’t come to you about anything? Meltdowns, odd behavior, not napping? Anything they’ve reported?”
Blaine nodded “Yes, he’s had… two tantrums at daycare. And he naps, oddly because he doesn’t like to sleep at night. We told his doctor that and we are trying to keep his routine that same so he goes to sleep, but it doesn’t always work.” Blaine picked up Bay as he reached his arms out for him and held him on his lap.
It’s supposed to be one of the best for, er, feeling good…
It’ll be okay, love.
Skype everyday, texts, updates on Belle and the babies. Photos, I need photos. It’s like leaving for Elani but worst.
"Do they resolve when you give him the object or thing he wants? Or remove him from the situation?" Kurt shook his head. "He just screams until one of us can get him calm. Which is really bad because he has a breathing disorder and we worry about him choking." Kurt looked at his son.
Blaine nodded, moving his hand down Bay’s hair gently. “After the last doctor appointment it took a while to get him calm, the whole car ride home and even once we got home. Also he tends to throw things, his elephant, blocks, whatever he has in his hands.” Blaine bit his lip. “When he isn’t having one he is a very sweet boy. And he has made a friend at his daycare, which I think is a really great step for him.”
I think I’ve figured out what I want.
What do you want?
She nodded. “He seems to be someone who likes to stick to routines, right? He resists change. Strangers. Sharing. Now, when he gets upset, can you describe that?” she asked.
"Yeah, pretty much. Loud, stressful, they take along time to settle, they are tantrums on steroids." Blaine let out sigh and looked over Bay who was playing with Blaine’s fingers, moving his wedding ring around.
I’m going to miss you more.
Going to to city of love without my love.
I’m going to miss you so much.