My son, Ricochet, loves the beach. When he’s at the beach he can run wild and free, explore and excavate, and match the temperament of the ocean.
When he was younger, he was so excitable and hyper that vacation was fun for him and he never wanted to go back home. Now that he is nearly a teen, and his ADHD activity level is managed, he is acutely aware that he’s not at home, with his stuff, where he knows what to expect. So aware, he cried to go home on several occasions over week away. Several. At one moment, he’s standing in the surf and commanding the waves with great pleasure, like the sorcerer in Fantasia. The next, he is melting down on Read More