In a little over a week, we will be having Skeletor's first IEP meeting of the school year. And I am FREAKING OUT! This is how I feel, right now. Or, rather, right meow. Skeletor was in Pre-K at the same school last year, and we had no problems whatsoever. (I don't even know if that's really a word. It doesn't look like a word. I'm freaking out!) The main cause of my spazz attack is kind of weird. I don't know what to request. I spoke to his Pre-K teacher, the teacher's assistant, and his speech therapist on a near daily basis, so I never really had to ask for something to be put in the IEP. We all just kind of figured things out together. You know, all go with the flow and loosy goosy-like. But because my dear, sweet, precious, angel baby is in Kindergarten this year, I'm not in his classroom as much. Which makes this IEP meeting seem so much more important...and scary. Also, it's time to get down to the nitty gritty with this whole "formal education" business. So, obviously I should have lots of things to put into the IEP to make Skeletor's school year go as smoothly as possible, right? Except I don't. I have two things on my list of demands: I want to walk him to class every morning so he doesn't end up hiding under a bench somewhere after he has touched each block on the wall that happens to be at his eye level. And I want him to use the smaller Handwriting Without Tears pencils. That is the entirety of my demand list. I would make a terrible hostage taker. So, I rambled all that, to ask this: What kind of things should I ask to put in his IEP? I know, I know. Every child is a perfect, unique snowflake and stuff. But if anyone would like to help a sister out by maybe telling me some examples of things you have requested in your IEP's so I can get an idea of what I'm doing, that would be super sweet. Because I am lost in the sauce, and freaking out.