Tuesday, November 25, 2008
We visited the carwash again today and this time Gage was with me. Now of course both kids are deaf but they did have their cochlear implants (as always during the day) and Gage took the lead this time telling Brook "press your hand against the window." She did as told, and they laughed so hard as the wash jarred us around with the high pressure wash. This totally reminded me of when Gage was little, pre-implant, and how he used to smell of EVERYTHING. If he touched it, he was like Mr. Sensory! He would lift it, smell it, feel it, smell the other side, until he was finished. I know it was because he couldn't hear well and he was needing more input from his other senses. Just wondering how many of y'all have little hard of hearing kids that are sniffers.