Today is a sad day for Zoe, though she doesn't realize it yet.  For about a year now a wonderful woman named Susan has been coming to work with Zoe, giving her physical therapy through Early Intervention.  Zoe LOVES Susan.  When she is sad or we won't give her what she wants, she will look at me and say "Susan coming."  It's become her security phrase.  And until today, I have been able to answer "Yes, Susan is coming."  But not after today.  You see, Early Intervention only goes until the child is three, and Little Miss turns 3 this Sunday.  And honestly, Zoe is doing so very well with her Mimi (her prosthesis) that she doesn't really need the physical therapy any more.

So this blog post is dedicated to Susan, who came and gave my little girl focused, loving, gently pushing attention for an hour each week.  Thank you!


A Blessed Easter

We were very blessed this Easter to spend time with lots of good people and good friends.  We spent Satuday with friends we have known since Drama Queen was only 9 days old, and Easter Sunday with new friends who invited us over to their home for lunch and egg hunting.  Sunday night The Man played drums for worship at our evening service, which is he going to be doing regularly, and then we went out for Chinese food with more old friends.  What a great weekend of community as we celebrate the freedom that comes from the Resurrection day.  Here are some pictures of my awesome kids from the weekend:

The baskets of bounty.

My beautiful girls

Lively discussions

Making hunting eggs cool.

He's so handome!