Monday, January 5, 2009

I lied

I lied. It takes too long to email and I've been trying for 3 hours to upload to yout*be to no avail so my last nerve is shot. Chrissi suggested flickr and it was a little better. I'll put the first one up delete it tomorrow and add another one. Each of them are less than 3 minutes apiece. Hope these help and please no snickers about the southern accents. We're all friends here right? ;-)

Sorry it's deleted now. Working on the next one.

9 comments:

Kristina P. said...

No snickering from me!

Hannah_Rae said...

Hi! I found you through Christine's blog. Thank you so much for sharing your story. My husband and I are in the process of adopting a 12 year old girl with some pretty severe behavior issues, and definitely some RAD tendencies. You are already a huge encouragement.

The tapping is so interesting. Where can I go to find out the science behind it?

Ashley said...

This is intriguing to watch- And the love I can hear in your voice and J's when you talk to each other is inspiring!!

Dinah said...

Thank you!!!! May have to get Little B in here to watch. Does J ever say, " No, I don't want to?"

Annette said...

I am sure you-would snicker at my accent... You are a very dedicated mother... J looks so bright, happy and content with your guidence.

Jo said...

I think your daughter is amazing. AND her mama too. What a wonderful family and I am sorry the video took so long to get loaded, but it is very interesting! Thank you for the comment on my blog.

Accidental Mommy said...

Thanks for sharing this. I'm writing a post about it but I promised my son I would ask... "Why don't they tap their head or their arm pits." LOL!

I don't know :-) What is the answer to that?

Linda B. said...

Thanks for the video! I used to use tapping about 3 years ago to help with some thoughts I was stuck with. It was very helpful. Watching J. brought the proceedure back and reminded me how I could use it again. The two of you are doing so much for others...I hope you know that.

Torina said...

I saw it!!! Very cool. I like the little humming part in the middle. Nice way to transition. Thank you SO much!! Plus, how easy!