Yesterday Namine had a clinic appointment to follow up on her frenectomy. Frenulotomy. Frenulectomy. Just pick a word, I guess.
Daddies know everything.
We woke up early because today was a big day. Today was Al’s Run/Walk in support of Children’s Hospital.
A few nights ago, Namine had her second piano lesson.
Namine and I started reading a new book last night. This one is for school, and since it’s a little too advanced for her reading level, I’m reading it to her. It’s about Claude Monet.
Congratulations! You’re using the Internet. Chances are, this is important to you. But if terms like “IP address,” “subnetting,” or “multi-tiered application” scare and confuse you, you really should watch this video by John Oliver. It explains in layman terms what net neutrality is, and why you should care.
Namine has been complaining of headaches for over a month now, so last Friday we called the hospital to have her seen. While there is a headache clinic at the hospital, Namine’s doctor wanted to see her himself before just sending her off to the clinic.
I always confuse the location of the picnics for the Children’s Hospital’s Special Needs Program and the Herma Heart Center. We missed the Herma Heart picnic, but fortunately we made time for this one. Namine was glad to see so many friends.
September 5 is Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS) Awareness Day!
We have exciting news: today was the pickup day for our Al’s Run/Walk shirts!