Saturday, January 23, 2016

My Sunday photo

This week little A had to go to the children centre, to see why he's having a problem with his legs.

He hasn't been since he was first diagnosed with autism, several years ago.
 It hasn't changed much, and unbelievably he went straight for the toy he loved, all that time ago!

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  1. It's funny the things that lodge in a child's long-term memory, isn't it? Ours are forever remembering the most random things that we had long forgotten.

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  2. I love this, it's amazing what children remember #mysundayphoto

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  3. He looks very happy to be playing with it. Hope you get some answers as to why he's having a problem with his legs.

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  4. Oh think my kids would have done the same, take them back somewhere and they go straight for the same favorite things.

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  5. I hope they can find out what the problem is. Those toys are so appealing - my kids would always have gone for those too.

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  6. Love this photo, the tiger watching made me chuckle

    Thank you for linking up

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  7. Children always love those toys - even when they would usually have outgrown them.

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  8. Those toys are so much fun, I always wanted one here as I love playing with them too! Hope the appointment went well and you got some answers

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  9. I love those! We have one here that we bought from a charity shop and Samaire still plays with it loads. So simple yet so much fun.

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  10. I hope they were able to find our what's wrong with his legs. That doesn't sound very nice at all.

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  11. Bless him, I do hope they get to the bottom of what is happening. I still love those toys even now - good choice young man! #mysundayphoto xx

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  12. Ahh! My girl loves those and always makes a beeline for it when we have hospital appointments.
    I hope his legs are OK x

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  13. Ah bless him, kids never really forget do they. I'm always amazed by my autistic sons memory recall :)

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