Someone need to change their shirt, or maybe just their attitude.
On Sunday, Victoria and I will be off to Philadelphia to see the specialist in Arthrogryposis at Shriner's hospital. Though I don't like leaving the kids, I am really looking forward to this trip. A friend of mine (who I met in Ukraine) will be picking me up from the airport and letting me stay with her! We are going to have so much fun talking and hanging out. Then, on Monday, the day of our appointment, several friends who also adopted kids with Arthrogryposis from Ukraine will be at Shriner's too! It's going to be a party.
The only thing I am dreading is there is a strong possibility that Victoria will be casted. These casts are real casts, not like the kind that she had before, where I could take them off myself. These have to be cut off. I have heard they hurt much worse than the kind the physical therapist put on Victoria before.
Remember the fun of those casts?
Also, probably having two kids in casts at the same time is going to be a tiny bit of a nightmare. What do you all think?