With just one more week of practice, Namine’s jazz class is working hard to learn their dance.
Over the weekend Namine had the chance to play sled hockey again. She loved it so much the first time, we had to do it again.
There is much discussion on social media lately about gender identity and bathroom use. This discussion has been amped up ever since President Obama’s mandate to public schools to allow students to use the bathroom for the gender they identify with, instead of making them use the bathroom for the gender they were born with.
A long time ago (it sometimes seems to us), long appointments were the norm. I’m not just talking about a mere two or three hours; in the days of Namine’s infancy, it was typical to spend literally six to eight hours at the hospital.
Namine gave her very first speech yesterday, and she did a fantastic job.
Namine’s dance class learned the rest of their recital song.
When food goes bad, at least in its own mind.
Yesterday my aunt helped us rearrange our kitchen.
This evening we went to a Brewers game, courtesy of Variety Club. This comes not even a week after Namine got to go on a tour of Miller Stadium with the YMCA Miracle League.
Namine had her annual PALS test yesterday morning. Despite however nervous she might have been, she did just fine.