Monday, March 19, 2012

And Today She Flies Off the Handle

If you can get one calmed down and restored to decency.... 
the potential for the other to do a repeat performance is especially high,

when you have twins.


**** She didn't like what was being served for lunch.****

Let's just say
it was the straw that broke the camel's back.

I took drastic measures...

And

I've been on the phone.
And we have appointments.

Four of them.

6 comments:

GB's Mom said...

This maybe a good thing. Sorry it is so hard. {{{Hugs}}}

Sophie said...

Do whatever you need to do. You are a great mom and you know the right thing for your kids. Hang in there. I know how hard this is. First hand knowledge and complete understanding with NO judgement. You are an awesome mom and you inspire me to be a better mom to my two hard kids.

Melanie said...

Thinking of you this evening. Prayers for you and the entire family to not grow weary.

waldenbunch said...

My youngest two Radlings are 10 months apart so they might as well be twins. We have done the seesaw for 12 years and are just now able to both do well for an amount of time. I still hold my breath wondering if tomorrow one of them will bottom out. There's something to be said for that trauma bond but there is hope. You're doing everything you can to get them help. (((hugs))))

Sophie said...

I got your comment. I am not going to post it since you didn't go into detail here. Thanks for sharing. I will be praying for you.

Mama D’s Dozen said...

We, too, are in the midst of appointments and "drastic measures".


Laurel