Schuyler is my weird and wonderful monster-slayer. Together we have many adventures.
*Beautiful.* Go, Schuyler.Q and the rest of us are cheering --your book was on our Speech Therapist's desk last week. She loved it. All the best on the book tour.
Oh, is she cute, or?She looks like she's having so much fun!
She's just gorgeous, and looks so happy! I love that picture!
She's so tall and grown up. When did that happen??
looks like she's really enjoying her soccer! how awesome. :)
She really looks like she's having fun. Go, go go!
omg, your new alien daughter can levitate! How cool is that?
Look at that face! How cool is that?
I think that's my favorite picture of her so far. The pink sweat bands are killing me!!!!
Dude! Shin guards and pink head to toe? Grade school soccer rules.Never has pink looked quite so fierce. Rock on, Schuyler!
That IS beautiful!P.S. I loved your book.from a former BN Westlake bookseller
Way to go Schuyler! Love the pink uniform.(Also? Daaaaayum.)
Thanks for the early-morning smile! Our resident soccer pro also prefers pink and has jet black curly hair. She and Schuyler would make a formidable duo in the backfield, though it looks like Schuyler will be in the front lines scoring up a storm!Got your book yesterday; for some reason it was shelved in the psychology (?!) section rather than new nonfiction or memoir or something much more likely to attract your target market. I was just glad to find it; and I snagged the last copy! K.
My goodness, is Schuyler tall for her age or does it just look that way! Those long legs, just too cute!
Wow, look how tall your baby is. Looks like you might have an athlete on your hands.-Dawn
No more little chubbin! She's all grown up. What a great photo.
took me ages to find your book in b and n yesterday. i got lost in all the places i thought it would be. found it at last in a tiny section of the education isle dedicated to special needs education? i was only browsing that area because it was near the children & family section.
Please let us know: When do you start coaching? We want to see those pics, too!Thanks for making me smile, too.
Beautiful, Fierce and Awesome.What a great day.
Schuyler looks gorgeous in her pretty and pink soccer uniform. However, I'm betting she's a force to be reckoned with on the playing field! I'm a new reader and fan!
heh! the look of delight on her face is absolutely wonderful!
She looks to be in her "element" in this shot. Just finished the book Rob and enjoyed the hell out of it. So when can we expect your next body of work?
I just read your book, I LOVED it! Schuyler looks so cute in her soccer uniform!!
Look at her! HOW gorgeous is she? Awesome. I have no doubt she kicks butt on that field. :)
that is just....awesome. plain. and. simply. awesome.
So, Rob, at the risk of being a 'difficult' reader, here is my question: Why is she in a league for 'special needs' kids? My understanding of CBPS is that it primarily affects the body from a physical standpoint. Certainly from everything that you've written about her it seems clear that she would be able to socially hold her own on a "mainstream" team of kids - able to hear and understand directions from the Coach, for example, and able to communicate with her Coaches and teammates. I'm guessing she's one of the most able-bodies kids out on the field you've chosen for her. I can't seem to phrase this or explain this in a way that doesn't seem just a little bit snarky, so let me be clear: is there something about her abilities that would ensure that she would only be able to compete in a special needs field? Is this just a first step for her, to evaluate her abilities? The only choice available at this time? PS: I'm glad you told her about Jasper. I was just cruising through your photos and saw him in his pirate suit.
RobNo surprise. You'd better start getting tickets for major league soccer. At least that's less expensive that baseball/basketball/football.Note: Overseas readers may refer to soccer as football. Don't get too confused.
I have been reading your book and I absolutely love it! I saw it in a magazine while at the doctor's office. I made a note of it and looked it up on amazon and purchased it as soon as I got home. I have been unable to put it down since and I'm almost finished. I have enjoyed learning about Schuyler and your family and will continue to check your blog for updates. You have truly made her life as normal as possible. I admire you and Julie for raising such a beautiful and smart daughter. She has grown up so much!
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