Monday, January 23, 2012

When I had Izzy I was a 9th grader and had to be home schooled for six weeks to keep up with my school work. The teacher that home schooled me continued to look after me and support me as much as she could during my 9th grade year. I had Izzy in the beginning of the year so she saw me thru the hardest time.

I found her on facebook and I believed I have blogged about her. She is acting as my son's advocate for school and was suppose to be at his IEP meeting tomorrow. I was nervous and excited to see her but she called me and said that she has the flu and can only be there with a phone call. I am disappointed in not seeing her but at the same time kind of glad that I get to escape the memories that could pop back up on seeing her.


Jen said...

Thank you for such an honest blog! I stumbled across it and I give you credit for keeping such a level and calm head. I haven't read all your posts, but I will try to. My son had IEPs too. He has mainstreamed into public school, (3rd grade) but it's not easy. I wish you lots of luck!


birthmothertalks said...

Thanks Jen I try to keep my blog honest and real. My son is in 6th grade which is middle school and is mainstreamed too and it's not easy for us either.