I’m happy to join the “See Me Homeschool” blog hop withTheresa and Micaela. Normally, I wouldn’t pick February to participate in such a thing, since by February, we’re all sort of ‘blah’, (this week is a ‘Science’ week, which means lots of NOVA specials.) But, Theresa said “just pictures” so I thought, I can handle that. And although the kids were super enthused about me taking pictures all day, (“Put your tongue back in your mouth! This is a nice picture! Look away and we’ll make it a candid! PLEASE KIDS!!!”) we still managed to show a glimpse into our daily routine. Consider it the visual representation of my interview with Micaela last year for her link-up.
There’s no words, except where a few were absolutely necessary, because unfamiliar medical stuff is a big part of our day. Fulton’s care takes up a huge chunk of my morning and requires my older kids to work independently, whether they want to or not. Otherwise, I’ve just given the photos time stamps to show things are going on at the same time. On this day, last Friday the 13th, there was no early morning Latin, so everyone slept in. Not an unlucky day for the us at all really.
Fulton is awake and needs to be straight cath’ed, i.e. empty his bladder with a catheter.
Assembling the boys morning meds.
Fulton and Teddy were supposed to go to physical therapy, but it was so cold the lift on our van wouldn’t work. It’s not unusual, which is why I went outside at this time to try it. Cancelled our appointment for the week.
Stretching and stander time counts as physical education for the little guys.