Dancing in the Rain
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A Trisomy 18 Journey

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain. -- Vivian Greene

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Growing Up


Preschool Grad!

This is a big month for Isaac! Today was his last day of preschool. He has had such a great experience at his preschool over the last two years.  He likes it so much that he wanted to stay another year.  After convincing him that all of his classmates would also be going to kindergarten, he has accepted that he must move up, too. He is now kindergarten bound!



He also lost his first tooth this month.  We did not even know it was loose!  Somehow, during a pizza dinner at Ledo's (his favorite!), Marc noticed the gap in Isaac's teeth! We never found that tooth...

Breakaway!




Isaac is also busy playing soccer (for the second season) and tee ball (for the first season) this spring.  He already loves soccer and is still learning all about tee ball.  He has remarkable focus and attention in both sports. No picking clovers in the outfield for this guy!



Finally, Isaac became a big brother again when Cohen was born.  He is very sweet with him, just like he was with Julia. He is a little freaked out by the umbilical cord that has not completely fallen off yet.  :) He has already promised to show and teach Cohen his "awesome moves" when he gets bigger!

Isaac, we are so proud of you!!! We love you very much!



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love this. Cannot believe how big he is. Feels like just yesterday and a lifetime ago we had his dedication at your house in MD. He looks pretty awesome as a catcher! Miss and love you guys!!

Love,
Dayna

Jodie said...

He's got some rad moves....Cohen has a lot to learn!

helenasc said...

This is all so wonderful!!! Can't believe that he lost a tooth!

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