Monday, October 29, 2007

On her best -worst behavior


Rylie is a great kid. She is so funny and always keeps us laughing. She is very independent. She has a great imagination-She is just cute as can be----However she does not fall in to that stereotypical always happy, so friendly- so sweet Ds catagory.Rylie has some behavior problems. She won't hold your hand, You can't tell her no just once, She cries when she doesn't get her way, she is always into something-She will never just sit still,.So anyway we are in the process of getting her a behavioral specialist.The behavior specialist came to the house this morning for an evaluation . I am proud to say Rylie demonstrated all these bad behaviors for her perfectly. Needless to say her services should be starting very soon.

6 comments:

Shannon **Gabi's Mom** said...

I had those issues and still do to an extent for many years. I am glad to say I am finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. I never tried a behavioral therapist though. I hope it helps.

Michelle said...

Thanks for stopping by! Rylie is so cute! Glad to hear she actually "performed" LOL Hope the services help. Kayla is a little like that too in that she just can't sit still and doesn't like to walk through the stores holding my hand either - but then she'll just take off and go wherever she wants to go not caring if I'm with her or not. So frustrating!

RK said...

It seems strange to congratulate you on getting "bad" behavior, but I'm glad they can get a true picture so that they can help.

Also, be sure to check out Braska's Sunday post...you got a blog award!

Michelle said...

Well, glad they got to see the real Rylie - and glad you'll get some help. Independence is such a double-edged sword, isn't it?! :)

Nicole said...

Have to laugh about that one. :) I love your verse above too. I have often turned to that. AND in answer to your ? over at my blog, T was 3 when she started spotting others with T21. HUGS

Megan's got 47 said...

I may be asking you more about this. My Megan is starting with some bad behaviors too and I am not sure where to turn. I am glad you guys are getting help.