|Kid Jedi and Aunt A dying eggs|
|Cascarones before filling with confetti and sealing|
(in other words, dyed egg shells)
Ok, so I totally forgot to take a picture of the cascarones finished, but before being smashed over everyone's heads. But just picture the above egg shells with tissue paper glued over the shells. Got it...that's what they looked like!
We went to my wonderful husband's Aunt & Uncle's house for dinner. Kid Jedi is the youngest in our family, on both sides. On my husband's side, the next oldest is Kid Jedi's cousin Z who is 3-1/2 years older than him, which at 7 and 10 going on 11 is a HUGE difference, but he's still really good with Kid Jedi, which is saying a lot. My husband's cousin P who is only a year older than Z, well not so good with Kid Jedi. Now I know, believe me I know that my son is not always easy to get along with. Any Special Needs kid needs tolerance and a whole lot of patience. P doesn't have either, and he thinks that because Kid Jedi still has meltdowns (he had 2 on Sunday, one was because P didn't want Kid Jedi playing with him & Z) he's annoying, and it seems he thinks he's unintelligent too.
Well, the unintelligent we may have changed his mind on because the boys played a board game that involved putting together a skeleton by spinning a spinner, and P was sure that Kid Jedi would have a hard time because he did at his age...nope, Kid Jedi did great!
Anyway, we wound up having a great Easter, Kid Jedi could care less what P thinks about him as long as he gets to play with the boys, and hopefully by the birthdays this summer we'll have a better diagnosis and some answers to help out Kid Jedi & get some understanding.
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|Z and my husband cracking cascarones over each other's heads|
|Kid Jedi going after P|
|Kid Jedi getting his Dad|
|Z & my husband finally got P|