I asked Dr. Thompson to please stop giving me unexpected bad news. He followed up with telling me G has an ear infection as well. Seriously? And THEN, he tells me a few more and G has to have his tonsils out. What the heck? Poor kid. Dr. T reminded me how lucky we are, though, because Grant never exhibits that he's sick or feels bad, which is a huge blessing. He's a tough kid. He really is.
|This is Dr. Thompson. I figured you should see|
him, since he's become such a part of our little family.
Aidan had his choir performance at the mall yesterday. He's been going to choir practice twice a week at 7:45 in the morning (Thanks, Stephen, for running all over town to get the boys to school) for months now. He did so well!! I was so impressed with how wonderful the children sang. (We all know Grant and I can't carry a tune to save our lives). I had "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" in my head the rest of the day.
|Okay, so he looks bored. Believe me, he isn't. He was so |
animated during the performance. He was on the front row!
|See. Told you. Quite the little actor/singer.|
So, here's some random pictures I've not posted that I wanted to. Because I like them.
|This is my Mom In-Law, my handsome husband, me (shortie)|
and my sister in-law, Seana at thanksgiving number 2 of the day.
|Grant in Stephen's hat. He looks a little mischievous.|
|Aidan in Stephen's hat. They both had to wear it, |