The San Diego News did a segment about Cranio Angel Network (started by the mother who informed me on Cranio which led to Baby Girl's diagnosis). A picture of Baby Girl made it on the news and a part of the letter I wrote her. Sheila does great work and makes a difference in many people's lives.
Wow! I can't believe its been over a month! We have been busy with gymnastics and swim lessons the last few weeks. I've even been to the grocery store... aren't you all so proud. hahaha. I never knew "normal life" felt so good. Miss G and Little E have started back to gymnastics and LOVE it! Not surprised at all. If Miss G works really hard this summer we were told that she will be put on TEAM! We are so excited. I'm very proud of her. She loves gymnastics and is ALWAYS practicing at home. Little E finally got up enough nerve to go to her own class. She is so cute in her leotard doing forward rolls and balance beam. I really enjoy watching the two older girls do what they really enjoy.
The girls being silly on July 4th
Baby Girl... is a hand full and I LOVE IT! She wants to be on the ground rolling and scooting but we can't for a few more weeks. She no longer will allow us to swaddle her in a blanket. She still needs to sleep on the back of her head (using a doughnut pillow given by the hospital) but she is now rolling over in the crib. We may have to switch her to a swing until the Dr. gives the okay. Baby Girl is active, energetic and loves to push the boundaries. Honestly, if she would've been the other two girls I would be constantly complaining but now... I get so much joy from her spunky personality. I am just so grateful that she is happy, healthy and full of energy.