His promises are new everyday. I woke up greatly encouraged. He is our hope.
Oliver's teacher came out this morning to work with him. He is a little sponge soaking up every little thing around him. He is learning how to push a toy car back and forth and how its wheels turn. He likes to get up on all fours like he is about to crawl and then psychs you out by sitting back down. He is getting more technical with his "more" sign and can blow kisses too. He has the cutest bye bye wave of any little baby ever and he loves being the center of all of our attention. His reflux is so much better now that he taking a slow release Prevacid pill every morning. He is scheduled to see an opthamalogist, an orthopedist, and to have an echocardiogram. Once he has cardio clearance he will have tubes put in his ears to hopefully improve his hearing.
Nolan is doing great. His palate is completely healed and next he will have one tube put in his ear while the other one is explored to see what is causing it to continually drain. I just signed his IEP so it is only a matter of time before he begins preschool where he will receive speech and occupational therapy.
Adam will be having his wisdom teeth pulled later next month. This is the first step to treating his TMJ. If you remember, can you please lift up a prayer for him. He will be finding out some very important news tomorrow.
Before I head off to bed I can cross one more thing off my list. Christmas cards are done along with a family newsletter. Now if I can only get the envelopes addressed.