Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Paper Weight Be Gone!

Last night I tossed and turned, getting little to no sleep, as I knew that I had to take Ethan to our GP today to get him to sign some paperwork for us. I hate not knowing what is going on, and since our GP has not seen Ethan since his diagnosis, and since his had initially referred us to a peditrician as he considers Ethan to be a 'high maintenence patient,' I wasn't sure if he would sign our paperwork or make me go to and from more and more doctors, but he came through! The doctor that thinks Ethans file is far to thick for a child of not even 3 actually surprised me today, and was oddly human and not at all the man that made me oh so angry not even a year ago.

So the paperwork for a lot of things is done now, and honestly walking out of the office I felt like an enormous weight has been lifted from me...

Now just to start making the plethora of phone call I need to make to find Ethan a Behavior Consultant, to figure out if one is even needed or if Ethan can get in the CFTRC EIBI program early, so many things, and I barely even understand what all of it is!

Onwards and upwards to better days and hopefully just a tad less stress now!!

and now... the pic of pure innocence... don't let him fool you though!

Monday, July 13, 2009

Blog Denial

Dear blog, oh how I apologize profusely for avoiding you. I had a super busy work week and then well.... I have become addicted to my blackberry. I am so sorry dear bloggie. I promise I will make it up to you!!

Here is a sweet and funny video to make you smile!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

YAY for feeling Canadianized!

Yes, yesterday was my second Canada Day back in Canada, but the first one that we really celebrated since being back. Let me tell you; it is MUCH more fun to rock the maple leaf while actually IN Canada on Canada Day. When I did it in Oklahoma people looked at me like I was bat shit crazy!

Though, there is something I missed very much about not being in Bum-Fart, Oklahoma.... the FIREWORKS! Kamloops put on a good little show for our town, I can admit it; but it was nothing and I mean NOTHING, like the shows we ourselves would put on out in the sticks in rural, OK! I remember we would get together with friends and everyone would buy like $25 worth at the fireworks stands and we would have enough to go for hours upon hours! There would be BBQ (and I am sorry Canada, but no one up here can BBQ like they can down there!), and drinks, and so many fireowrks your eyes would see spots afterwards and you could hear the booming ringing in your ears.

I miss that.... Damn you stupid fireworks laws!!!

Boo rocked out in his Canada Day attire quite well, and enjoyed the festivities at the park, but enjoyed the sprinkler at Grandmas far more!