I made this card set for a Mother's Day gift. I had so much fun making them! I tied them along with four envelopes with a pink ribbon. You can see the cards up-close here.
We finally got Camden's report on the evaluation done through the school system. He does not qualify for special services. They don't think his issues are severe enough to interfere with his learning. We were happy to hear it. See, the outcome of the report did not actually affect his schooling, because I am going to be homeschooling him. If I were planning on putting him in public school, I may have been concerned. Because of the limited amount of time and circumstances they interacted with him, he showed no problem behaviors while he was there. Of course they wouldn't think his good behavior would interfere with his learning. :)
One thing was very interesting about his report, but really didn't surprise Jeromy and I much. He scored exceptionally above average on communication for his age. I don't have the actual scores in front of me because they are sending the report in the mail, but here is an idea... average scores for his age ranged between 85 and 95, his scores were between 113 and 130. Now think about how well he talks, and try to think about how much preschoolers talk. No wonder I have a headache at the end of every day, right? Ha!