Thursday, October 9, 2008

I wish children came with instruction books

I don't know where to start, I'm just going to ramble for a minute because I don't know what else to do:::sigh:::: When Isaiah was in the special ed preschool they recommended he be put in general ed classes w/ special ed help. I always hoped and worried we made the right choice...and figured time would tell. Last year he did great...but it was kindergarten when everyone is friends. This year I ask him every day who he plays w/ at recess and he always says no one. It breaks my heart that my little boy has no friends. Maybe I should have him back in a special ed school. He's so in between, he just doesn't fit in anywhere. There's nothing in the world worse than being lonley, having no one to talk to, to relate to, to be friends with. Everyone should have at least ONE best friend in the world. I just so sad for my little guy. I just want him to have one friend :*(

4 comments:

Liam said...

My daughter has 1 friend in school... last year she moved away... but this year she came back! woohoo...

Cindy said...

wow. I would start with the teacher and find out what is going on. i can't believe that no one will play with him, that is horrible.

My cousin's daughter is severly disable, but she has a TON of friends. It's so sad that children can not be accepting (((())))

Christina said...

(((Hugs))) I would feel the same way, that is heartbreaking. I agree with talking to his teacher.

Heather said...

oh i'm so sorry to hear that! i feel like i wanna cry :( I wish I had some advice, but I don't... let me know what happens- I have so many fears of similar things happening to Bri when he gets older...