there will be lots of stories of the three boys, but right now tayte is the man.
yesterday we got a letter from the school. two to be exact-one for baylee and one for tayte. they were from the speech teacher at their school. baylee passed. tayte did not. it was really hard for us as parents to hear. lee took it harder "we are failing him." tayte has always been different. harder. he has always been quiet. the loner child. not that he is the scary loner kid, he just doesn't like to be around people. it was to the point where i was questioning his doctor about slight autism. pre-k has been so good for him. he has really come out of his shell. he actually asks for kids to come play. yeah.
so the letter was not a surprise to me, but it still doesn't make it any easier. you always second guess your parenting, especially when things like the letter are brought to your attention. i wish he could have had more time around kids before he was tested. but on the flip side it is better to intervene early. however, the material the speech teacher sent home specifically said a two year old. i have a two year old and tayte is not on the same level as him. so that info was not helpful maybe even a slap in the face. i don't want him to be the "weird" kid. i want him to be himself, maybe with a little more guidance from his parents.