Being undiagnosed can have a lot to do with genetics. Because it is possible that developmental delays are of genetic origin and that the gene causing the delays just has not been found yet.
However, what I DO know for certain is that I am missing a gene. And this, my friends, is the decoration gene. I don't know what it is all about. I think I am a totally untypical woman with everyone else decorating their homes in a nice way and always corresponding to the seasons and special events like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter etc. Me? I fail. Again and again.
This occured to me again this morning when I was cleaning the corridor of our home. And there, sitting quietly amidst other things, was my proof of failure. Can you imagine that there is an Easter bunny sitting right there? And not in anticipation of the Easter season yet to come. No, it is actually sitting there since last year's Easter. Um. Now, maybe you would think it is a small and tiny Easter bunny and it can be missed easily? Well, thank you for giving me the benefit of the doubt. But actually this Easter bunny is made of a tree trunk which is 54 cm (1,77 ft) high and has a diameter of 15 cm (0,49 ft).
Can it get any worse? Oh yes, it definitely can! As I already mentioned, Sunny finally loves the Christmas tree so I just do not have the heart to take the tree down. This means that there is this huge Easter bunny sitting in the corridor and the Christmas tree still fully equipped in the dining room. Oh well. 'nuff said.