Henry has been having real trouble in school. He was asked to reduce the number of days he attends because other parents are complaining about his behavior and he is disrupting the entire class.
This morning when I dropped him off, we talked about making good choices. He should do 2 things.
1) Listen to the teachers
2) Keep his hands to himself
As he talked about making good choices at school while we were still in the car, his eyes started to well up with tears.
This is the first time I've seen signs from him that he wants to make good choices but is having a difficult time doing so. I asked him if it was difficult and he said no. I was hoping he might say yes, but he could just be afraid to say that.
I ask him all the time how we can help him make good choices, but he always says he doesn't know.
My poor boy is really struggling and I don't know how to help him. I don't want him to feel bad about himself. He is truly a wonderful kid. He is doing great in the integrated special ed school. This school where he is having trouble is just not set up for a kid like him.
I am at a crossroads and I don't know what to do.
Still waiting for the glasses to come in.
We haven't filled out the paperwork for the new adoption attorney. I just don't have time with all that is going on with Henry.
I am exhausted.