Bobby spends little of his precious time contemplating details. While recently driving through town I noticed he was wearing one black sock and a white one. "Really?" I quizzed. "How is it that a 13 year old can't pick out 2 socks that match?" Without thinking a second, he replied, "Mom, people won't even see my white sock. They'll be too busy looking at my black one." A child with ADHD generally does not care about details of clothing or details of anything really, for that matter. They are charging through life without a plan or a care in the world. Fitting into the "norm" of society is the furthest thing from their minds and yet we hound them 24/7 to make an effort.
When Bobby was about 3 years old he realized that the outside of his socks was the softest part and he promptly turned the socks inside-out so his skin would be next to that fluffy softness. He is 13 and has to this day never worn a pair of socks right-side-out. I guess socks etiquette really isn't his bag.
This boy marches to the beat of his own drumming band. He's got his own priorities and preferences. He is impulsive and strong-willed but melts my heart with his mischievous smile & big brown eyes. Love you, Buddy! (To the moon and back!)