This is a short follow up to an earlier post, in which I groused about Joey’s resistance to headgear, gloves and other accessories that could keep him safer in the winter.
As you see in the picture, he came out no worse for wear. He enjoyed a tuna foot long to break the blood test fast. In fact, he’s the least needle-phobic member of our family. He sits there calmly and watches the needle go in and the blood go out – stuff that would make me woozy.
So I wonder if there is a blogger on the autistic planet, grousing about how caregivers wear hats and gloves but don’t do needles because of our sensory issues.