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Monday, January 16, 2012
Argh. Seriously, Nolan?
The other day, Nolan had a temper tantrum. When Nolan has a tantrum these days, he usually removes his glasses and hearing aids, throwing them across the room. This is actually an improvement from the days when he would remove his glasses, hearing aids, shoes and socks for a fit.
Unfortunately, this last tantrum involved pulling his hearing aids off and then snapping them in half. The clear, hard plastic part that screws into the hearing aid body is the part that snapped (this is called the tone hook).
Fortunately, I don't think tone hooks are very expensive.
Still? I'd really appreciate it if the little guy would refrain from breaking his equipment during tantrums.
Here's to hoping they can simply send a new one in the mail!