Yesterday we got to watch Natalie receive her weekly art therapy. It was very interesting. Depending on the child's ability and interests, the teacher works with each child accordingly. She told Natalie about little babies, animals, and what sounds they make.
She fingerpainted with Natalie and she did not like it one bit.
She had Natalie make us some tea with sugar and then serve it to us.
It was nice to be invited to watch this therapy. We are told that all the kids receive it.
Natalie seemed happier once we got outside.
Each day she has been more and more attentive. As each visit passes she is more receptive to our touch. She doesn't pull away like she did during our first visit. She likes to swing.
After our morning visit we went on a walk. We found a little place that was serving up pita-like sandwiches. The place was busy so we figured that it must be good. Our lunch cost only 3 1/2 leva.
The sandwich was filled with fries, chicken, cabbage, tomato, and a mayo like sauce.
It was delicious.
On the walk back we saw this construction going on. We found it surprising that the supervisor was also a woman like we had seen once before. You can see her with the red hair in front of the taxi. The roads are very much like America.
We found a candy shop where I got to hand pick the candy I want to bring home for our kids as a souvenir. This was the first one we have found after walking all over the place, so it was a good find! Thanks honey!