We took Namine to a little water park today, and she loved it.
The pain is always there, but Namine rarely talks about it.
For the past couple days Namine has had playdates, and she couldn’t have been happier.
Namine’s cardiologist had great news. His timing, on the other hand, not so much.
We were in the car on Sunday, headed to the grocery store. “Daddy,” Namine said, “can you play the crystal Jesus song?”
Namine’s frenulectomy has come and gone with no surprises. This is good; when it comes to surgery, we don’t like surprises. We did receive an unpleasant surprise on the day of surgery, however.
It’s been more than the typical “24 hours to respond” since Jessica and I got our nominations to participate in the ice bucket challenge for ALS awareness, but here we are.
For those of us who don’t support embryonic stem cell research.
Namine was challenged by her friend Beanie from therapy to do the ALS awareness ice bucket challenge. Here’s her video.
We made it home safely from the hospital. Namine is doing well, and in no pain.