Things have been wild around here.  We’ve got all kinds of things going on, seems I’ve been going non-stop for 2 weeks now.

The Princess is yet again failing hearing tests in her Right Ear.  (We went down this road before about 9 months ago.  After further investigation they determined she could hear and we haven’t really put a second thought into it until now.)  Her Speech Therapist does hearing tests on a periodic basis using 2 different portable machines.  It seems something is going on in that right ear because she fails it every time!  He gave us a referral and off to the Doctor we went once again.  Come to find out we have to go through all the same tests all over again.  I KNOW she can hear, so I’m not sure what the big fuss is all about?  Anyway, we will be seeing the Ear Nose and Throat specialist this time.  Keep your fingers crossed that it’s something simple.

Last week The Princess’s therapist spoke to me about some concerns that she has.  I’ve been quietly worried about the things she has observed for quite some time, but was secretly hoping I was over analyzing. (I tend to do that)  I’m short on time right now and will go into more detail about this in the next few days, so check back.

Boy #2 and Boy #3 are both playing Baseball. Thankfully we lucked out and they are on the same team.  (See, being only 19 months apart has its props) J  They seem to really be enjoying it.  Games start next week and add will only add to the family chaos.  I’m glad they’re having fun, but every now and then I can’t help but wish they were bookworms or homebodies.  Ya know?  I just want to sit on the couch and veg out sometimes but there’s just simply no time for that.  I guess they’re only young once right?

Finally, I just have to boast… Boy #1 was nominated by his school to join the People to People Ambassador Program.  At just 11 years old, this is quite an honor.  If he is accepted, he will travel to Washington DC along with youth from all over the world to explore the most prominent monuments and institutions of the United States.  We knew he was a great kid, but apparently other’s noticed too.  I couldn’t be more proud!!!


1 messages:

  1. jeneflower said...

    Great pic above! How do you keep her bracelets on? Piney would take that off in a flash!

    I wanted to say hats off to you for supporting your son's sports activbities. My boys have never been into that. We tried soccer and baseball and I greatly disliked going to all of the games- I was secretly glad that they didn't like it. On the other hand- they don't get as much exercise as I would like. Hmmmm.

    Congrats to your sons nominations!  


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