Friday, July 9, 2010

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

Jacob will be scheduled to be presented at the Epilepsy Surgery "conference" either the 20th or the 27th. We will be called about the consensus of the team afterwards.

Today was Jacob's second half-day of daycare. He was very interested in the other children and enjoyed circle time. His occupational therapist attended for an hour and said that Jacob was pleasantly surprised to find that they knew the same songs as him! His teacher said that he tries so hard and he blew her kisses as we were leaving. He did however fall with four adults in the room. I have been working on Jacob's eligibility to have a "one-on-one" with him to be his eyes and anticipate risks for falling such as books or toys on the floor or legs of tables and chairs. I also want him to have full reign of the playground which is particularly dangerous for him if he is not closely monitored - more so than what would be expected of his teachers. Even so, I am very happy with his experience so far. And I never did cry.

In the meantime, Matthew and I spent nearly three hours at the beach running and jumping in the waves, visiting the Save the Bay Exploration Center, going down the water slide, and enjoying a Del's Lemonade on the playground.

And now... two boys are sound asleep. Happy Friday!

No comments:

Post a Comment