Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Mom has a major panic attack!

She is doing well again this week--I am a bit ruffled up and beside myself but, have all afternoon to deal with it....

I really hate the ugly things that can come out--and the feelings we can get when they do!

Apparently Makala had a talk with one of her female teachers last week....about the fact she just cannot stop thinking about private parts of men.... During the talk she claims she saw daddy's privates when he had boxers on....

OMGosh!................. The case manager had to let me know that they need to document these kinds of conversations! I agree with that but went on to say that Daddy has not slept in his Boxers for the past nearly two years...In fact it is NOT unusual for him to sleep in blue jeans and a button up shirt! I wish he could sleep in boxers again...

When Makala got home I casually mentioned that I understood that she was able to talk to someone about this private part stuff but that I was worried--When had she seen daddy? She tells me that she has purposely come into our room--pulled our covers back and taken the opportunity to look.... but now she knows dad dresses in street clothes when he sleeps so that is why she has been too lately!

My God is there ever going to be a day we just live normal?

I guess the only thing that keeps me together and not freaking out is that I know she came to us this way--it was clear in her drawings...before we ever met her....

To think my husband cannot even get a good night of sleep without the fear she will uncover him is really more then I want to deal with today....

I am going to write our own report to include in the file.

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