That means she has RAD? Jeepers, all of my kids did stuff like that when they were little. All three of my own personal kids that I grew in my own personal body from tools that my husband and I had lying around the house and whom we loved and cared for from the moment the were born. I better call them up and tell them they have RAD. Two are in very good colleges and one is at the stable, riding her horse. They're going to be so surprised. This comment appeared in response to this post . Obviously the reader was reading the post in isolation.
Yesterday, I turned 56. My husband made the mistake of trying to celebrate it. Rad was with us. Hope had three "accidents", including one wear she stood in the living and said "I pee" and proceeded to do so. During the day, she looked me in the eye and said "I don't like you", which was followed with an elbow to my face. She caught me off guard and it hurt. I was on guard the rest of the day. She tried headbutting, the running tackle, pushing me from behind, and the good old fashion kick. Every time GB tried to give me a birthday hug, Hope was pushing her off me. We had more meltdowns yesterday than in the previous 10 days. GB was hyper and teary. It took her until 10:30 PM to fall asleep. I am glad we see the shrink tomorrow- GB is not stable and hasn't been most of the summer. I remember when my first family was growing up and every special occasion was cause for a melt down. I hadn't appreciated how much better everything had gotten until Hope brought us back to where we started.