Things are absolutely crazy over here, as you can probably imagine. There are a million little (and big) details to take care of when seeking medical treatment out-of-state. Big things like insurance and plane tickets, down to little things like how to fit all the feeding equipment and supplies for a two-year old in a carry on bag.
I have a few photo shoots to finish up and am trying to get caught up around the house before we head out. Thank you Carolyn for helping me finish my laundry room today!
Adalia is loving attending to Community College. She enjoys the classroom and school work. Her favorite subject so far is Biology.
Judah and Tilly are keeping up on their computers and Enoch is sailing through his seventh grade year (he’s halfway done with is math already!). Kalina, if not sailing, is at least making steady progress.
The five “school kids” are enjoying their school experience so far. Jubilee has been to a birthday party for a classmate already and the others have all made friends.
Avi and Mordecai now both have IEP’s. After testing, the school agreed that Avi does indeed have some learning disabilities. The school has been awesome working with my kids. Every time I go to an IEP meeting I feel like we’re on the same team.
The three Liberian kids are all still at Job Corps about 45 minutes away from us. Keziah is close to finishing, but feeling apprehensive about what is coming next. She is welcome to come home but at twenty eager for a little more independence.
Apollo developed a fever on Sunday and was miserable for days. It finally seems to have abated. His g-tube site is looking better, but not perfect. He is officially weaned and nursed for the last time October 6th! We are also in the throes of potty training.
I am hoping to keep updating from Texas. If we are at the Ronald McDonald House, I should be able to update from there. I have a few guest posts lined up for while I am gone as well. If you are a writer/blogger and would like to have a post featured here, send me an email.
Off to bed for this tired Mama.