Today turned out to be absolutely beautiful. We have gone from 2 degrees, to a couple inches of snow over three days, to 70 degrees and sunny and beautiful all in one week. Only in the midwest.
So today I continued to give Carson his breathing treatments and I also went out and bought him his own jar of jelly. It is very possible that while the boys and I make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches we may have crossed contaminated the two?? I'm usually very careful with that but it was all I could think of that happened. So hopefully that will be fixed. It was very scary to see him having such difficulty breathing. I ended up keeping him on Combivent and not Xopenex. Combivent is what they usually give him in the hospital so it is pretty powerful.
I did take Carson to the backyard and let him run some of his energy off. He had so much fun outside and never wanted to come in. I actually got some reading in as well. I'm finally in chapter three and I started this book just after the new year. So maybe by the end of the year I will have it completed. LOL
Coltan and Cody had two games in the tournament and both boys did great. The first game was 7-0 and Cody scored two. Coltan played back and got beat up a lot but played one of his best games ever. The next game they won 5-1 and Cody scored two and Coltan scored one. So great job to them. They have another game in the morning at 9:15AM and if they win, they advance to the finals and play for either first or second place. Keep your fingers crossed that the Hoffman boys will be on fire again tomorrow.
I'm leaving you with some pictures that I never posted. These are pre NG days. Carson has Sensory Processing Disorder. Some of the traits of this is most important, feeding issues. If he doesn't like a certain texture, he wont eat it, or maybe to hot, cold, etc.... Also he is delayed in some of his motor skills, sensitive to light, cannot stand to have his hands messy. So in Occupational Therapy he is working on all of the above and a few others that I forget to list. So on this day, Nancy wanted him to get his hands messy. He apparently thought it was for his hair (I do own a day spa so I'm glad he is paying attention) and you can just see in his face how he is not sure about this.
Here is where we started off at. Really not sure about this.
Starting to wipe it off on the table so he can get his hands clean.
Showing us that he has messy hands. Yuck!!
It's still on me and this just isn't any fun.
Finally we get to wash my hands.
Now I need to clean my cars off as well.
Mommy dunked me and got it all out of my hair. Thank goodness.
High Park, Toronto, ON
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