It totally makes sense that he would want to be near his pals from the North Pole. Here he is visiting with our Patriotic Santa (A distant, but close, cousin of Santa) and our snowman friend.
I wasn't aware that Jingles was so patriotic, but it turns out that he agrees with something Martin Luther King, Jr. once said:
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter"
Maybe that is what Santa meant when he mentioned the possibility of losing the magic....
Definitely something I will be thinking about...
On a lighter note, As we were getting ready to head out the door for therapy, I happened to turn around and notice Kylie modeling her little faux fur scarf!
That girl was cracking me up with her little runway turns and poses! I couldn't grab the camera fast enough!! (Where do they learn this stuff?)
A little CHEESE for the camera!
Kylie is learning about emotions and facial expressions, so we say to her "Show me your happy face" and she glues on/mirrors what she has "learned" (not necessarily what she is "feeling"... )
Such is the life of kiddos who experience Autism.
We'll take what we can get!!
Love her to pieces and love doing life with her!!