Ya know, I always try to take Noah to everything, so we will all be together as a family. Well, tonight Statie and Dakota had a little family night at their school, which, ironically, used to be Noah's school, too. I made sure I called the school in advance to see if daycare was available for him, like my other kids. You see, it was a dinner, then an information meeting for parents. They assured me that he would be fine and I could bring him. Well, we went and ate dinner..everything was ok.Then,when it came down to the parents going to a separate room, I was informed that they would not be able to watch Noah because of his autism. I was so mad! I told them that I had called the school beforehand, but I guess the organizers of this event just thought that a parent was coming wih an autistic child, that is all. Luckily, Noah was not too upset about leaving, but he knew something was wrong, and seemed anxious. I cried, I felt so hurt that he could not be included with the other children. They even made balloon animals for them. Me and Noah went home, and Norman went back to get Statie and Dakota when it was over. I can't wait until my kids are all grown up, and I don't have to deal with school activities where my son is not welcome any longer. And, yes, y'all already know, I will be chewing a lot of a-- tomorrow!
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