With a special needs “child” – she is 17 after all – there have been and will continue to be some hard things that differ from those with a typically developing child. One that I struggle with is the groans. … Continue reading
We got up slowly today, being a day OFF SCHOOL!!! (not for Seth though – the price of being a big kid is less days off!) We chilled in the car, as you can see, on the way to the City.
Then we got to visit our favorite female, non-military college student at her dorm, AND have lunch with her at The Pita Pit (yum yum!)
Then we went to Children’s Memorial and got the “all clear” on a problem we were concerned about! You can see below EXACTLY how she felt about being released by the surgeon. Normally I am repeatedly reminding Nat to “catch up” with us as she meanders along very slowly. As we walk slowly, she walks slower. It is a nice thing to have such a relaxed (well sometimes) person in our family! But after the surgeon said we could leave, all I saw was this:
Then we took some photos from the rooftop of the parking garage – she said, “This way we can remember this fabulous day together forever!” She loved seeing Amanda, and she REALLY loved not having to stay at the hospital!
Then almost 2 hours in traffic and we’re home. Exhausted. Good night!