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Um, he gets a happy wife, hows that?
Have you considered therapy for dsd? And I mean counseling, but I also mean having the school bring in an occupational therapist and psychologist to test for any behavioral and/or sensory processing type issues that could be causing her behaviors. I know nothing about your dsd and its possible of course that past trauma is 100% responsible for it all but I know that kids who have sensory processing disorders and/or autism spectrum disorders fall apart very easily because of thier underlying issues, which can be addressed and make life easier for everyone! Just a thought.
Would dh be willing to stay home with the kids while you work ft? Would that be an option?
~Me, mama to soapbox boy (1991), photo girl (1997), gadget girl (2003), jungle boy (2005), fan boy (2007) and twirly girl (2011). Twenty five years of tree hugging, breastfeeding, cosleeping, unschooling, craziness!