Edda’s counselors, Izzy and Sarah, from Camp JCC came by to visit yesterday. We had a rollicking good time – lots of good talks about music (Izzy is a french horn player) and speech therapy (Sarah is working on a speech therapy degree). This was the first time we really had a chance to talk to them, Nat usually did the drop off and pick up at camp so we never had a chance to chat before. They even got to put Edda down for a nap. They are holding Edda’s Peter Rabbit, the last toy that she could really hold on to – up until she was about 18 or 20 months old before she lost her hand use.
Sliding into the new year now – I feel with the snow day on Friday, we never really got going. Now school for me starts in less than 20 days, so I have my own work that I have to get into some order before school starts. Last term, I didn’t really realize how much work it was going to be. This term, I’m a little scared to balance everything I want to do because I pretty much know exactly how much work it’s going to be. But the term is only three months (OK maybe really like 4…, but three sounds so much better). Jeremy has deadlines at work (we’ve turned into people who work on weekends now, when did that happen?) and Nat is going on vacation for 10 days at the end of January. Going to be fun times.