I have written before that T has his own iPad to use the communication software program Proloquo2Go®.

He also has educational games on it (Thank you i Game Mom for always awesome suggestions!). He has books on it, Avenger games, iTunes, etc. He also has a camera.  My mom and I discovered several photos T had taken: some beautiful self-portraits, one of Walt-the-dog, a box of his favorite cereal (LIFE) and us.



I asked him about the photos.

“You like taking pictures?”

“Yesith! Yesith! Yesith!”

 The following are from yesterday.



 He is developing an eye, a point of view.



I love how he sees the world – through lines and intersections.



I posted some of the photos on my Facebook page and a friend wisely wrote:

Some people communicate best with words, others with music, and some with pictures. Post the ones Thorin likes best.



We bought the iPad for T to be able to communicate with the world and he is.



A couple years ago I wrote a post that applies still very much today and always: Don’t Fence Me In.


This entry was posted in Adopting, Advocacy, By Notatypicalmom, Down syndrome, education, Inclusion, Parenting, Random life, Special Needs and tagged , , by Kari Wagner-Peck. Bookmark the permalink.

About Kari Wagner-Peck

Kari Wagner-Peck lives with her husband and son in Maine. She is a writer & storyteller who home schools with her son. She has a M.S.W. and has been at various times a practicing social worker, documentary videographer, film festival director and retail clerk. She is the author of Not Always Happy: An Unusual Parenting Journey, May, 2017, Central Recovery Press. She has been published at The New York Times Well Family blog, The Huffington Post, The The Good Men Project, The Sydney Morning Herald Daily Life blog, BLOOM and Love That Max among others. Author page: kariwagnerpeck.com Twitter @KariWagnerPeck and Facebook: www.facebook.com/NotAlwaysHappyLive/ Email: kariwagnerpeck@gmail.com

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