For most of May, the speech language pathologist was coming to her school once a week. But since camp started we've been going to see the SLP at her home office.
It's a lovely bit of peace during the day. I get to sit still for 30 minutes and listen to Ramona chatter on. She is so cleverly able to weave and shift situations to her advantage that the SLP really stays on her toes. I also love listening to her stories - she likes having the undivided attention of the SLP and exaggerates the days events or her own accomplishments as means to impress her.
It's become a time of respite for me, sitting on the couch in the living room of my friend's house and listening to my child chatter. Yet another thing I will miss.