Then of course poor Brady threw himself to the ground crying realizing he wasn't going in.... yup, car pick up from now on!
I took Brady to a nearby park, so that made him pretty happy. He ran around just as happy as can be. We talked about the leaves, flowers and grass since I figured I won't have many more weeks to show him these things. I got a few errands done and suddenly it was time to get Jax.
Sure enough, he came out with the group with a big smile on his face and pink frosting on his shirt and cheek. A little girl had brought birthday cupcakes, so it was nice to see that Jax participated with that. He had a princess ring in his backpack that was a cupcake topper and some papers from the teacher. It feels like opening a Christmas stocking to see what Jax did for that morning. Apparently today he learned about "school" (that is the topic this week through books, songs etc), had some speech therapy, played at a water table, celebrated a birthday at snack time and even sat on a potty so he wasn't left out (not that he did anything other than smile I hear).
I'm happy that I get to bring Brady to his school on Friday so he can experience some of what Jax does. I need a photo of him now for his first day!
Jax had a nice 4-day break from vomiting and then had a big episode late this afternoon. Both the boys are doing well right now, and are currently at the YMCA with Jason while I prepare dinner (and update my bloggy blog).
|I keep finding Brady in the basement putting train tracks together all over the carpet. He's really into putting things "together" right now. I need to find some little-kid puzzles for him that aren't just the shape-match kind that we have.|
|Jaxon coming out of school. As you can see, he is SUCH a little peanut compared to the other 3-4 yr olds.|
|Jax with his teacher and teaching assistant.|