Monday, March 28, 2011

Soccer Girl Hanna

 Cutest tiniest soccer shoes
 Our girl on the run. Matching bow cuz no headers just yet and this picture was pre-self-haircut.
 Practicing her score dance.  She was pumped for her first game and then scared to death on her second and warming up on her third, so hopefully she is developing more confidence.
 Proudest Mommy and Daddy ever.

Once this short season is over, we are already on to swim team here as it is getting hot here.  Our community is having its first ever swim team.  Hanna is enrolled, so we will soon see how she likes it.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Hippotherapy, Birthday, Spina Bifida Clinic and Pediatrician Well Check

Big post with few words.  This is Hanna with her horse Crystal and her patient teacher Lynn.  Lucky for us Hanna gets a lesson 5 minutes away from Hayden's lessons at Red Arena.

 Here is Hayden's horse Sven, a Norwegian Fjord, his two handlers and his PT Jennifer.  The cutest horse with the cutest boy.

It doesn't get any cuter folks.

 My baby really started acting like a big boy shortly before his birthday when he began to crawl.  It was one of my proudest moments.

 Happy boy loved his cake.  He seems to have eating issues with everything besides sweets:).

 Hayden's new birthday wheels...but Hanna thinks it is hers.
 Hayden's best friend joins him for a fun day drive to the San Antonio zoo.
 Perfect warm weather in February for a day at the zoo.

 It was a busy and happy month for the kiddos.  Hayden had his 2 year Well Check that was no big deal in comparison to what he goes through at clinic.  Hanna on the other hand hated her 4 year Well Check with the 4 shots she got.  It was a rough day for her but she did great and we are learning all about how shots help keep you healthy and strong.

At Spina Bifida Clinic, Hayden only had a kidney ultrasound which took up 4 hours of the day.  The scary thing we don't want to see is damage to the kidneys from reflux from his high pressure bladder.  He seems to continue to do well enough emptying his bladder so we continue to not have to catheterize him.  His brain shunt also continues to do well so we don't have to see the neuro for a year from his last visit.

And for the big finally, both kids have been accepted to a special needs pre-school called the Rise School.  You can read all about it at