Wednesday, November 1, 2017
End of October Update and What's to come in November
well October has come and gone. Only 2 more months left in the year. Bella had a pretty uneventful month. She did good in school, did great for her school testing. Her behaviors have been pretty well under control with very little outbursts. For Halloween she was Rainbow Dash from My Little Pony. She LOVES Rainbow Dash. Bella only had 1 appointment this month which was the eye doctor where we learned Bella will be getting her first pair of glasses. They will be ready in about a week or so. She chose a Cheetah print pair. We also went to a fall festival.
Bella has no appointments or anything for November. She will just continue on with school work, and may move up to some 2nd grade work. She will also get her glasses. Pictures to come when that happens.
Kaya will also be getting her glasses in November. At the end of the month, Kaya has an appointment with her neurosurgeon. I am quite anxious for that appointment.
Louie turns 5 on November 8. He has his 5 year check up also this month. I am also going to try to get him into the eye doctor.
Silas has an appointment with the CP clinic at the end of the month. I am also going to try to reschedule a missed pt appointment.
My birthday is November 2, so tomorrow!! Today I also had a chest CT scan to check on pulmonary nodules that were found during my hospital stay. I will write a post on that when I know more.
Hubby has no appointments as of now, but I am going to try to get him and MRI scheduled.
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