It is Easter Saturday. (I know. Did the title give it away?)
T-Boy is here, collected yesterday. He and J have spent most of the day on the sofa watching films. Currently it's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory, with Gene Wilder. The proper version.
So far, he's had a bowl of cornflakes, and 2 sets of bacon sandwiches. The same bacon sandwiches he wouldn't eat last time. It's almost tea time however. So far, none of the options I have presented are acceptable. I have to find a way to feed him. The main issue is that he doesn't eat anything he doesn't want to eat. I know that most of us don't do that, but most of us have a wider range of foods that we will eat.
Also, the biggest of the issues that I have is that he won't eat potatoes, in any form. Won't. Not can't. There's no allergy, nothing like that. I suspect it is a sensory issue, but then there are lots of things he won't eat that aren't sensory, but there are things he will eat that should be a sensory issue if that is the thing that is stopping him eating.
Did that last sentence make sense? I shouldn't think so.
So shall I do pork chops and pasta? Roast chicken and rice? Why not? It's only convention, after all!
I've spent the afternoon doing Clicker5 grids for my SEN and EAL children. Yes, it's the holidays. Yes, teachers get all these long and fantastic holidays. Yes, I'm working in my holiday. AGAIN! Clicker 5 is brilliant, but it is something I am out of practice with and I am determined to get in practice with it again.
And now I'm stopping because my tapping is stopping them enjoying the film.