Okay I might be judged for this but that wont be any different then my life so w/e but I am scared for my son.
Alright first of all...his BF (I call him a sperm donator but never near my son) was addicted to drugs, yes I did have a few shots of vodka night weekend before I found out I was pregant and I beat myself up for that EVERY DAY! Also his father (after I kicked him out for doing drugs and being abusive and I know something was up when he started saying our son was possesed well a few weeks after I kicked him out he called from a hospital and told me that he got diagonised with: OCD, ODD (which I thought only kids could get) Bipolar, ADHD, Paranoid Schizophrenia MPD among other things..
Now the docs said I cant really test my DS till he goes through puberty (okay I cant spell sorry) But latly things are getting even more strange with my 7 y/o
While walking he has to touch everything..pick the leafs off of trees, try to catch the bees/moths, butterflies, gravel fasincates him he has to hold on to it feel it and then slowly drop it, like making a path. When inside its walls, groceries, books, he just always needs to touch it.
He needs an anserw for everything but before I can finish my sentece he is onto his next thought, he is laughing at his own thoughts (which his father used to do)
He hasn't liked stories in a long time, he only likes non fiction ones. He then needs to know WHY Pompeii was built by the mountain. And why after the big eruption was another town built near there. He wants to know the real name for everything (types of slugs/butterflies/birds so on)
Dont get me wrong I love that he is so curious, but I get so worn out. I am so tired I cant think of more examples right now...but he isnt asleep even though I put him to bed over 4 hours ago.
So judge me for being a horrible parent for not being able to controle him all the time, when he darts away in stores, or doesnt seem to hear me so I have to raise my voice in the store, or the boy that touches the box of ceral that you want as I walk past it, but maybe some of you have been through this and can help me. I am in tears here.