We’ve decided to keep Grace at the 6-7 building for an extra year. In doing our due diligence we talked with a lot of people, we met with the 8-9 teacher, we saw the next school, we heard over and over we couldn’t make a bad choice. We also heard (from some of you that … Continue reading Staying Put with a Little Looking Back
In the school system our kids are in you go to one school for grades K-5, another for grades 6-7, another for 8-9, and then the last for grades 10-12. My one school building that held grades K-12 childhood in no way prepares me to even know how to approach that much change for Grace … Continue reading Are we overthinking this?
Grace’s epileptologist, Dr. Doescher is moving on to new opportunities where he will no longer be providing patient care. While we are happy for him he will be greatly missed. He has played a crucial role in not only Grace’s life but also ours. We have both written a blog post to help ourselves process … Continue reading We can’t tell Grace’s story without you
Summer has officially begun. Grace and Graham were done with school last Wednesday. I’ve unpacked a lot of the school stuff. Communication book, drumsticks, catheters, formula, diapers and unused pencils for Grace. For Graham a video showing kindergarten highlights, and so much of evidence of all he learned over the last year. We puzzled through … Continue reading School’s out for summer
I was having trouble starting this Christmas letter until I got on my phone and scrolled back through the pictures I’ve taken over the last year. I’ve taken so many pictures – a full year of little moments, big things, memories that make me laugh, and memories that make me tear up. Graham’s love of … Continue reading A Year in Pictures – 2017