And in the middle of all the planning madness, Dalton has done exceedingly well at school and with talking more. We are working on the clarity of what he does say. I had an IEP meeting with next year's teacher last week. He will be in Kindergarten! Blows my mind how time is going by so fast! I just hope he does as well next year as he has done this year.
BUT I have even bigger news :) About a month ago, I received my first "I Love You" from Dalton. He was about to get in trouble, so he grabbed my face planted a kiss on me and said I Love you. Apparently he knew there was no way he would be in trouble after that. It was the sweetest words I have ever heard.
He amazes me every day with what he has accomplished, his imagination, and how much he has matured in a short time. Don't get me wrong we have our days and still have many struggles BUT we are moving forward all the time and to me that's a success by any measurement system!
I have to keep reminding myself that the timeline that I have in my head or heart may not always be Dalton's timeline or God's.
1 Corinthians 2:9 NKJV0
But as it is written: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man. The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.”