Monday, December 24, 2012

From Our Family To Yours...

... Merry Christmas!

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Saturday, December 8, 2012

A Day In The Life

At Therapy....

Maylee and Sam David have both come so far with the help of their Physical Therapist.

Maylee works hard to build arm strength.

Maylee tires quite easily; therefore, she uses her cool pink wheelchair for longer distances.

So, she works a good deal in strengthening her arm muscles while at therapy.

Way to work hard, Maylee!

Sam David works hard on walking with assistance from his crutches while on uneven surfaces.

Sam David received some exciting news at therapy this week.

It looks like it is time for new AFOs!

He has been wearing his current AFOs for about 2 years.

And, we are excited that he will be progressing to a less restrictive brace.

This is great news and really shows the progress that he is making physically.

Sam David was being silly as Mr. Toney was casting him for his new braces.

He is so excited about new AFOs and picked out a cool tractor transfer for his braces.

Hopefully, we will be debuting the new braces very soon!

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

2 Big Celebrations

We celebrated 2 really big events this week in our family.

Both were celebrating our precious Maylee.

On Saturday, we celebrated Maylee's 4th Gotcha Day!

This picture was taken just moments after Maylee was placed on my lap by her nanny.

She showed no emotion. Not sad. Not Happy. Not anything.

It was truly amazing to watch her transformation into our family.

We were very blessed to be able to take our whole family with us when we adopted Maylee.

The kids had their new sister smiling and laughing in no time!


And, that beautiful smile has never left!

Our sweet girl always has a smile on her face.

Especially on HER BIRTHDAY!

Maylee is now 6 years old!!!

We enjoyed a small family party to celebrate Maylee's big day.


Happy Birthday, sweet girl!




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