Fun in the snow.
Fun in the snow.
Saturday afternoon playdate.
More ice fishing fun with Papa.
I may or may not have drove around the lake for half an hour trying to find you guys just for my picture of the day:-)
Today we got to come to school for “Mystery Readers” and listen to the book, “The Rabbit With Epilepsy.” A very nice lady from the Epilepsy Foundation came and read it to your class.
I love you so much my little valentine!
~You both helped write our grocery list.~
After church we headed to grandma and grandpa’s house in Red Wing. With some unseasonably warmer weather you both enjoyed more great snowboarding. This time dad groomed a path with grandpa’s snowmobile.
This is one way to get back up the hill.
It didn’t take you long to get Grace and all her accessories all moved in downstairs.
I love all your attention to the little details.
After lunch Dad, Grandma and Grandpa Fish, and I brought cupcakes for you to share with your class. Thanks for letting us come!
Another tooth bites the dust.
~A little get together with our neighbors.~
After Dad and I got home from our date we enjoyed seeing your dance moves from “Just Dance Kids”.
The dreaded call came from school today. You had your first seizure at school. They called 911 and Dad and I drove as quickly as we could in the snow storm to school. Because you were awake and talking when I got there the paramedics said we could bring you to the hospital. Since it was such a little seizure I’m not sure why we went to ER other than that is what the EMT recommended we do. Up until a month ago you only have had seizures when you are sleeping so today was your second daytime seizure. We had the most amazing and caring ER doctor (Dr. Cook)! He didn’t do any special tests but probably talked to us for over 30 minutes! I never would have imagined that an ER doctor would be so knowledgeable on pediatric neurology. I wish he was our neurologist! You were so brave through all of it!
Here we are leaving the hospital.
After school we hit up Michaels for some inspiration for your Paris themed birthday party. We didn’t find anything but found some ideas on Etsy.
I am having a hard time admitting that you are turning 9. I love to joke with you that you will always be 8 and I will always be 35!
You are such a good reader but we haven’t found a series that you love.
Maybe you will enjoy Judy Moody?
(Lately before bed you will read to me while I am folding clothes.)