When Phil told me what happened, I wanted to burst into tears and hug my precious little boy. It also makes me wonder just how much Isaac knows and understands about what has happened to him. But it's amazing to see the faith a young child has in his father. Isaac trusts Phil implicitly, and believes that if Dad says it's going to happen, it will.
There are always interesting toys to play with and textures to explore in play therapy.
The sound cradle is really cool. I've never seen anything like it before. It's stringed like a guitar or harp or something, and when it's played, the sound waves vibrate through the wooden cradle.
Look at the balance and concentration. Aren't those ribbons moving beautifully? Not only does this work on on balance but moving the arms across the centreline of the body, both horizontally and vertically. Think that I've got that right.
It's not surprising that when Isaac has finished his morning of therapy that he is super tired. So tired that sometimes he is almost asleep in the car by the time we get to preschool - less than 2km away. When he gets to preschool, it's lunch time, then he goes down for a nap.