Namine asked me this afternoon if we could play Mario Kart. Before that, though, we tried something new. We fired up the Wii Fit to try her on some balance games.
At her end of the year school picnic, Namine made some new friends — but then, that’s never been a problem for her. And I was proud to witness her sticking up for herself.
This is what comes to mind when Jessica talks about her support socks. I’m not sorry at all.
I didn’t know I was so excited about Far Cry 4 until Ubisoft announced it. I love 2, I even love 3 for all its hand-holding, and I hope Ubisoft combines the best of both games. Here’s what I’m hoping for.
Today we attended Namine’s end of the year school picnic in Marshfield. It wasn’t quite as far away as when we visited for orientation and supplies pickup, but it’s still four hours away. To make the drive easier, we stayed with my aunt last night. As a result, the drive up this morning was only an hour and a half.
Namine had an appointment with her pulmonologist yesterday morning. It was just a routine visit, but even so, we came away with some fantastic news.
I was having Namine do handwriting exercises. After she was done with letter lines, I told her she could write whatever she wanted, as long as it was a sentence.
Listening to Namine sing along to different versions of Let It Go. She imitates multiple vocal styles, depending on the artist. <3
Namine was looking at my deodorant yesterday and sounding it out.
It’s not the first time Namine has stood up. She’s stood up with her walkers, she’s stood up using other objects. But it was the first time she’s been able to look out the window on her own.