SWIMMING AT THE YMCA
We finished our last swimming lesson. Abegail's last lesson didn't go cause there was a pipe leaking, (so glad that happens to other people too).
We are going right into the next session, both Abegail and Eman can swim on their own!
Eman's new passion is to do the dishes. He stands at the sink and washes every thing he can find. Annie has gotten in on the action too!
MOHAWK FOR MINUTESScott gave E-man a Mohawk because he wanted to look like his buddy Junior. Then we remembered he had school photos the next day so we went back to his shaved head.
Our three month report is in the mail. Our social worker said some very wise things, she said you never know your breaking point until you've past it and when adopting your primary concern should be the children already in the home. With that said I can't say enough good things about Annie and her adjustment, definitely the best of any of us. She is so accepting and compassionate in general. The other day we talked about going to the park when E-man and Abegail came home. We picked E-man up from school and she asked if he would share the goldfish he had gotten. He said no. She didn't hesitate and said, "Manuel, you want to go to the park with us?" Another day, her friend Jane was over and trying to put on her socks and she said, "you want my mom to help you?" Annie has never shown resentment or dislike toward either her brother or sister. If anything she seems generally pleased to have them around and always wants to know where they are. I am amazed.