When I woke up this morning, I had had my doubts as to whether Oscar would join in with his 1st Sports Day. Change of setting, lots of people... I wondered if he'd decide against being part of it.
I'm not sure what I loved more about the morning in the end. It was either watching Oscars TA's face, beaming with pride, who in this photo is running behind him spurring him on as he crossed the finish line. (For privacy/social media restraint reasons I've obviously blurred her out) or maybe it was the fact I got to watch Oscar taking part in running races, throwing, jumping, javelin, discus, high jump, hula hooping all along side his peers and seeing THIS expression on his face from start to finish. HE LOVED IT!
If you look really closely at the child next to him, you will see what in actual fact he SHOULD have been doing in this race (balancing a ball on a racket). He had a little go, but then I guess thought better of it. It didn't matter. He did it right? 😉 And finished to the biggest cheers ❤️ "Don't ever put anything past kids. They will surprise you in the best ways" - James Van Der Beek ❤️ #sportsday #sports #thisboycan #reception #school #inclusion #integration #SEN #parentingblog #parentingblogger #pblogger #pbloggers #ukparentingblogger #ukparentingblog #mumsofinsta #mumsofinstagram #momsofinsta #momsofinstagram #mumblogger #momblogger #downsyndrome #dontbesorry