Surgery again.

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Well, as you can see, Peter needs another surgery. Edda plowed through the patch like a beaver through a log.

Things are going well, Vince is happy to be back at his school and delighted in giving German chocolates to his classmates.

Edda started her school also and I’ve been taking her for about 1.5 hours everyday, but I think next week we’ll be ready for 3 hours every morning and we are arranging for 30 minutes of 1-on-1 therapy at the school 3-4 times a week.

We had our first post-vacation physical therapy session with Diane today and she was impressed with the improvement in just the one month (without any therapy) that we’ve been away, so that’s also encouraging, that are increased interaction with her just in our daily lives is helping her.

I’ve been a little bit anxious about setting things up, because things get complicated with childcare and dropping kids off and picking them up and such things, but we are working through it all with a lot of help. It’ll be great to have grandparents around during July when schools are in and out of session – I could use a lot of help then.

Dad – Vince is so excited that you are coming. He wanted to know if you are coming tomorrow and that he needed to get the guest bedroom ready “RIGHT NOW!” Sweet boy. Loves his granddad.

5 thoughts on “Surgery again.”

  1. Jeremy and Doris, don’t do everything just by yourselves. Get help from wherever you can and we definitely can help too. Just make sure Edda gets enough sessions necessary. We know it is tough and rough. Our hearts are with you all the time. Take care 🙂

  2. Very happy to know you all back fine. Especially know that Edda’s improvement. Because Mom and Dad are with a very small group of 5 engineers, we decided to visit you folks seperately. He will come first. I may take off later. It is not easy to do all those things and please seeking help and do things slowly. Love always

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