Because she sees Alex doing it all the time, Lizzy had to experience being swaddled again.
The girls working hard on their school work. I love seeing the girls playing together!
Little Alex is very loved!
We had to have a tea party with our new jam! We enjoyed Meyer Park. I was saddened to see how many trees we had lost due to the drought.
My energetic Lizzy found this position particularly good for science. The girls experimenting with eggs.
Becca and her Didi talking. Lizzy’s former public school teacher dropped by. That was really sweet. Our sweet Alex sleeping. He is growing double time it seems.
Joy went to the doctor for a rash. I was right – Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease which she shared with Bella. Alex went to the neuro surgeon. He was pleased with Alex. He said that the shunt is working well. He asked us to get a CT done of his head. It will serve as his baseline from here on out. I asked him if he could look into his crystal ball and see how this would all effect our Alex. He said we will know the extent of any damage by the time Alex reaches ten years of age. But, he said, he would be optimistic. He looks really good. And he added, as everyone does, he is really cute! We couldn’t agree more! Jessi was my companion for that trip.
More experiments with eggs – this time on the strength of the shell. ever wonder why a Mama bird can sit on eggs and not break them? Alex being adorable! The girls swimming!
Sammi made us this beautiful cake. She pressed this leaf in the fall. She framed it and hung it in our guest bathroom. I suggested a bright vibrant background color, but no, she said that would distract from the beauty of the leaf. The artist!
Bubbles, tummy time and reading with a cat
We have studied Japan this week. Our banners and sushi lunch
Labs for Bella
The girls playing together in the toy box. Jessi went to a babysitting clinic at the Fire Department
Joy being adorable Sammi off to participate in the Art Walk in Tomball. We drove by latter on. She ended up selling seven of her little clay figurines. She was delighted!
Jason picked the butternut leaf lettuce and made us this great salad for lunch. After that our social worker stopped by for our first post placement supervisory visit with Alex. One of the questions – How is bonding going? How do you answer a question like that? He is our son. He love him dearly. We would fight tooth and nail for him. We love you Alex!
Hanging out and playing with bubbles
When we visited Sammi the lady whose store Sammi was at showed the girls her doll collection. They enjoyed learned about each one very much!
Playing outside – it was the perfect day! I am finally the proud owner of a composter! A very cool caterpillar! We have a few more plans for the back yard before it gets hot – hopefully they will get done this week!
And then our crawfish boil! Yummy! Love the picture of Jason impersonating a crawfish! A woodpecker joined our feast!
Notice the absence of Becca Lynn? She has been down in Corpus at a music festival with Orchestra since Thursday. I’m looking forward to seeing her and hearing about her adventures!
Sammi saw this bird with it’s ground nest today at church. Poor thing must have thought it was picking a nice quiet spot till Sunday came around!