Luz - posted on 01/22/2016
Hello Rose I have a son that has that condition and he is now 14. He is my first born child and was very hard for me at the beginning. My son use to cry from nowhere when I was at a grocery store and people use to look at me like shut that baby. But that was my son and he had a condition that nobody else would understand on how to deal with it but me. We are moms and moms care enough to ignore what other people think and protect our kids from any adversary. We love and our love is incomparable, is without limits. When you received your gifted child was because you are stronger and also special and I advice you to take all of your goodness and cover him with it. Be patient with him and understand him and his gifts. Watch him, find what he likes the most and use it. Favorite toy, tv channel, game. My son is very smart and a great drawer and builder. He is awesome! He always likes his space and he does not interact to much with other kids but that' s ok. He doesn' t have to. He is very respectful and very loved by others and as long I know he is Ok, well that makes me happy. When he laugh out of nowhere, he made me laugh and i use to tell him, " what are you laughing about" smiling at him an tickeling him. Take him to a park to play but watch for him very carefuly because they tend to run out of your sight. Sit with him to play with a favorite toy for a couple of minutes. Just go with it. You are important to him and he needs you, That' s your baby. Have fun! God bless!
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