Thursday, April 2, 2009

What's up Bloggin Peeps

I think I've lost some blogging followers due to my lack of blogging. None-the-less I shall push forward. Faith has been a total rockstar lately.. She has made continuous progress since last year. Although progress is slow and grueling at times, she is pushing forward. She can now pick up and grab things, just about anything, although there is a little adjust period when a new toy is introduced. She rolls all over and is now pivoting her body to the direction of an item she is seeking. She is also trying to get up on her hands and knees. This has just started happening and she is not totally there yet, although it is the beginning of something new. Hopefully a year from now or even before that I'll be posting about her crawling all over. She is bearing more weight on her legs, not a lot, but more than ever before. We have been battling with the school district on getting her speech therapy. That's been a pain. Faith is currently doing 2/3 hours of therapy 5 days a week. It may sound like a lot, but she does much better when she gets intensive therapy. We are hoping to start Neurosuit therapy again at the end of the month. Which is for 3 weeks, 5 days a week for 4 hours. Once summer comes I hope to slow things down a bit. I am soooooooo very proud of Faith. I tear up just thinking how far she has come since arriving home with us. Which is coming up on a year. I can't wait to celebrate all her crowning achievements.

The other kiddos are doing well. Rex has entered terrible 3's. Are you kidding me, what a pain in the ass he has become. He's driving me nuts. Luckily for all of us he goes to school 4 days a week, which gives me a break.

Paris is in softball and doing good. She wouldn't swing the bat against the girl pitchers until we bribed her with money. Now shes swinging and hitting. She's sucking all the money out of us.

Roc is in baseball and is one of the star players on the team. I guess he has to be with a name like Roc.

Jayme is working really, really hard. Which rarely seems to ease up. He is an amazing husband, father, and provider for our family. Love you Jaymbabe.

As for myself, just doing what I love most, taking care of my beautiful children and playing on the computer, he he.



Check out the pic:
Faith had ten minutes left of therapy and decided she couldn't wait any longer to take a nap, so she fell asleep.



4 comments:

Vanessa said...

That means they're working her hard!! LOL!! I'm so glad to hear she's making strides!!

Steph said...

Way to go Faith! How amazing. Can you believe it has almost been one year? Wow!

I have been told many times that 3 is the worst age! Great. :)

All the best to you.

Heidi said...

I can't believe she fell asleep like that! How cute! Glad she is doing so well and your family also.

Kara and Darr said...

OMG...the way you describe Rex is exactly what I have here. An almost three year old pain in the ass.
Misery loves company :) They'll outgrow it!
Best wishes,
Kara