Another week has flown by and I have to admit I am a bit tired. It all started with a trip to the zoo last weekend with Little Buddy. You can't tell from any of these photos but he actually had a good time. He loves the rides but covers his ears before they start because the noise startles him. After they get going he is all smiles, but you could never tell from these photos! They make me laugh.
We saw a few giraffes, zebras, an elephant that went down to the pond and had a drink with his trunk and pygmy hippos! The baby was born this past December. She was running around everywhere while her Mom stood there eating. I bet Mom had her eye on her even if it didn't look like she was paying attention.
Little Buddy has been battling an eye infection this week. I will spare you the gross photos. The doctor thinks an eyelid follicle got infected. He looks like he has been in a barroom brawl, and lost I might add. Today he gets picked up from school early so we can finally get more Botox shots for his right leg. It won't be a fun experience but it will be worth it once that hip relaxes a bit. He is growing which is so much harder with a little person with Cerebral Palsy, it takes much longer for their muscles to adapt to the bone lengthening as it grows. Hopefully these shots will help me as I am stretching him out.
The boys are growing like crazy. I can't believe how big they are now. I have had a very busy work week so my time with them has been limited. But each time I see them it seems they have grown a few inches in length and height and of course gained some weight. They will be 4 months old tomorrow. We have had Hank 6 weeks, and Bear 4.
Have you been watching the Olympic's? I would love to say I have but work has had me much too busy this week. I have not even played with yarn since last Sunday! I hope to rectify that tonight as I snuggle one little boy with a swollen eye and possible sensitive leg while trying to keep the two furry boys in check.
Hope you all had a good week, I'll catch up with all of you as soon as I can.