Funny Kid

Ahhh the glorious glow after having an adjustment from the chiro.  It gives me a delicious endorphine rush which truly makes me happy.  I think I’ll have to get the hips done one more time but I just feel more…aligned.

Silas was so stinking funny there.  I was on my tummy and the dr had my leg up and was loosening my glutes so Silas said “you’re bending the foot” and he grabbed my other foot and was like “okay, oh, here we go” and “helped” the chiro the whole time.  He was right in there with my neck adjustment too.  So funny.  I love that kid.  He was also very happy that Canada was written on a shirt on a wall.  He also went through the numbers on the calendar too.

I’m reading this book right now called The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon.  It’s written through the eyes of a 15 year old boy with autism and he’s so wonderful and enduring.  He reminds me of Silas because he loves numbers and he also wont eat certain colors which is just like Silas.  The author doesn’t have autism but he used to work with kids who did and you can tell he has a great understanding of an autistic mind.  It’s a great read thus far.

Anyway, things are still just dandy since getting off the GFCF diet.  A bit of a relief for sure.  We have quesadillas for lunch 🙂

4 comments

  1. Happy for you being able to eat foods that were off limits before. Think I’ll go for an endorphin rush chiro session soon.

  2. I had a glorious chiro appointment yesterday too- ahhhhh! Glad you are feeling better. I read that book- it is good- and interesting as our boys are so obsessed with numbers and letters. The latest fave of my son’s is spelling Monday; bankrupt is another favorite 🙂

  3. I missed my appointment yesterday. So mad at myself.

    I read that book, but it was before Silas was diagnosed, so I didn’t think of it from a personal perspective.

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