New things are not always good things. Kami started to not feel well at school and came home two days in a row due to stomach complaints. Once she was at home, her stomach would start to feel better and by the time her older siblings were home, she was perfectly fine. After talking with her and her teacher, I came to the conclusion that anxiety was the problem. This is something that OHSU has informed us could develop...I was hoping it would not. We made it through the next 2 days of school, barely, and got into the doctor to talk about the steps we should take to resolve the issue. We are now to have some tough love with Kami about school, school is her job and she needs to go, she can talk about all her feelings and concerns after school, but before school, no. This has been hard, but it is working....I just hope spring break does not ruin all the work we have poured into this turn around with school.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Over President's Day weekend we headed up to Mt hood to spent some fun time in the snow!
While the older two went snowboarding Kami and Kori had fun tubing and playing in the snow.
It was great that we found a quiet spot off by the 'slow' sledding slops to hang out, the crowds and noise got to be too much far Kami after about two hours and she was starting to melt down. But, once we got away from everyone she immersed herself in the snow and relaxed.
After awhile she was able to hit the tub runs again with my cousin and Kori, fun for all!
Kami was having some fun playing with Daddy before bed and took a little bump to her two front teeth. Well, she came to me a little while later because one of these teeth was bleeding, I gave it a little wiggle and it felt firm in the gum, so I gave her a paper towel to soak up the small amount of blood. Within the next 2 hours both of her front teeth came out! Kami was very excited for the tooth fairy to come and retrieve not one but two teeth!