Sunday, November 30, 2014
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Noah was so excited to be watching the Shelby Whippet boy basketball teams. Emily said that he was very excited all day at school. When I asked him at the game if he was ready for some basketball, he said "Yes" (long blink) He couldn't stop smiling at the game. The best part was that the freshman, JV and Varsity won. Go Shelby!!!!!
Sunday, November 23, 2014
What a crazy week traveling to Montreal for ABR therapy. From a strange man coming in our hotel room to driving around the big storm in Buffalo. The drive usually takes me about 11 hrs. This time it took me 18 hrs to get home. I usually stop in Hamburg New York for the night and drive the rest of the way home the next day. This week we stopped just outside of Toronto, Canada. We got one of the last rooms at a Residence Inn. It was a great place to rest and for Noah to have fun swimming. I was amazed how much better Noah is swimming. I took a video that you can view if you click on this link.
Before we had left for Montreal Noah started running a fever.I took him to the doctor before we left and was told it was just a virus. While gone Noah continued to blow out a lot of mucus. On Saturday morning, after we had returned home, Noah woke up with his cheek swollen. Back to the doctor we went and he was diagnosed with a acute sinus infection. Poor little guy can't catch a break.
This morning he was looking much better. When I get our ABR progress report I will post it here.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
We started off the week with Noah not not feeling well on my birthday. Scott, Noah and I had a quiet evening at home, enjoying our time together.
On Wednesday Noah was feeling a bit better so we met Morgan and Brad at Legend's.
I had a great time celebrating with Emily and Scott's Mom too.
Sometimes in life things don't work out as we had originally planned but, in the end it works out just perfect. Morgan and Emily both work on Mondays and wouldn't have been able to celebrate with us. With Noah being sick we had to wait a few days. I love spending time with my family.