There’s no better way to relax on a stormy day than to play games. We fired up the Wii, and introduced Namine to Wii Sports and Mario Kart.
Contrary to doctors’ predictions, Namine’s feet continue to grow. Her Mary Jane sneakers have served her well, but the wear and tear of walking, crawling, and scooting — combined with the fact that the shoes almost don’t fit anymore — has necessitated getting new ones.
I can hardly believe that two years ago today, Namine was in recovery after her second club foot surgery.
Namine hurt herself. It wasn’t bad, and we didn’t have to pay a visit to the hospital. It was Namine’s pride, I think, perhaps her self-esteem, that was hurt the most.
Today was a fantastic day. We’re fortunate enough to have been able to come up to my aunt’s for the weekend, and the weather was superb today. Namine and I had the chance to go for a walk, and more.
Namine was helping my aunt make donuts. She understood that she needed to dust the cutter in floor, but she didn’t know why.
The WordPress theme I run on eichefam.net is one I’ve built myself from the ground up. I had initially set it up using Less to compile the stylesheet, but I really wasn’t using any of its advantages (like nesting, loops, that kind of thing) over plain old CSS. After doing some reading, I came to the conclusion (as many others have) that I ought to be using Sass instead. So I set out to improve my code.
Namine and I went to the park after I got home from work yesterday evening. The weather looked threatening, but it never rained. It was a nice warm evening to get out and go for a walk.
Jessica, Namine, and I went to the hospital yesterday morning because Jessica’s mom Charlene was having heart surgery. We weren’t sure what precisely was being done — from what I understood, it wasn’t even clear yet to Charlene, either — but at the very least, the wiring in her pacemaker/defibrillator was being replaced. I am happy to say that the surgery went well, and she spent the night in the ICU for recovery.
Some of Namine’s school work. She did a great job.