Siblings

20160722_203047It is a well-known fact that brothers and sisters get some perverse pleasure from annoying each other. Sometimes these exchanges are downright funny.  Special needs kids are no different.  When you sprinkle some autism, auditory processing, and ADHD into the cocktail and you get some downright hilarious situations.  Here was the exchange from a couple of days ago:

MC: “AC you are annoying; get out.” (Pushes her out of the room)

AC: “MC let me in.” (Loud, but not yet screaming)

MC: “No!” (Loudly)

AC: “MC, too loud!” (Loudly, right back at him)

MC: “I’m not saying it loud.” (Getting louder as he says it)

AC: “Mom, MC is making bad choices.” (Yells across the house)

MC: “I’m not making bad choices.” (Yelling across the house to Mom)

AC: “MC, calm down you’ll be OK.”

MC: “I’m not saying it loud.” (Louder than the first time)

AC: (repeats) “MC, calm down you’ll be OK.”

(MC getting super agitated at this point)

MC: “I’m not saying it loud!” (Screaming)

(AC then looks at MC)

AC: “Cuckoo”

(MC slams the door; Mom and Dad can’t help laughing)

 

When life hands you gems like that just take them!

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