Hard to believe it’s June and we have been home well over a month now. Things continue to go amazingly! It’s been shockingly how well Ashling has adjusted although the more comfortable she gets the more she is starting to test/learn boundaries. She loves saying “nope” but hates hearing it.
We managed a surprise family trip to North Carolina for Memorial Day, several nights out with sitters and lots of things we never imagined we would be doing at this point.
Langauge is still a bit of a struggle at times but she is picking it up so quickly. She has started to show an interest in books and tv- both should help. We found a school for her for September and I think it’s a great fit (besides the 7:30 start time!).
Tomorrow starts her medical appointments. I have to admit I am nervous for them. When we booked them before we went to china- June seemed so far away. Now it’s here. It’s clear Nana is developmentally and physically on or above target but we just don’t know what’s going on and whether she has spinal bifida or not. Tomorrow we start to learn a lot more.
I have gotten such amaing feedback on the blog that I am going to try to keep it going for bit longer- especially during the medical appointments.
And the best news is that–Sami is home!