Friday, December 21, 2007

The flush of pride

First he started toilet training at school and now the past two days at home. The exact details are not fit for a blog that I assume one day he will read. Cognitive ability has never been one of his problems. Anyway what I will say is that it involves standing on a little blue stool and a look of pure pride and joy on his face.

It's very difficult for him to maintain his balance with his one arm. I'm so proud of him. I think he's very brave. But then he's always been incredibly brave. Flushing which seems to scare most little kids fascinates him.

And my children are the only people I will hug after such an activity and before washing. But that's mother love for you. No photo again for obvious reasons.


Synaptic Jen said...

I am going through potty training with my son too. We have started using a timer to remind us to take him because he won't tell us when he has to go, but if we take him he will go in the potty. Big hugs to Little T!

Thida said...

What a great idea to use a timer! How long do you have it set to?