ex·traor·di·nar·y /ikˈstrôrdnˌerē/ Adjective
1. Very unusual or remarkable.
2. Unusually great.
Jayden is now 6 and doesn't have an official diagnosis (in about 6 months we may) as of yet but I have my own thoughts of what is going on. Jayden is still my most loving child. It's hard for him to keep eye contact, he has some sensory issues, some obessive-compusive issues, and anxiety. I love my extraordinary kid and don't want to change him in anyway. It's me I want to change. Change to be a better mom. A mom my kid deserves. One of the hardest things about this journey is feeling alone and judged. It's a whole process of feelings....denial, love, fear, sadness, anger, empowerment and happiness. The most helpful thing that I have found is to talk to other moms of extraordinary kids.