|Ready! Set! Race!|
|Bunny's first ride|
|Good thing he's cute!|
|Always ready to pose|
|Daddy trying to smile but in lots of pain|
I joked around that I was close to a nervous breakdown BEFORE his injury. Oh boy...
|Lights AND mirrors AND motion? Bunny's dream!|
The funny thing to me right now is this....I thought our life would be so hard because Bunny has down syndrome. Do you notice he has nothing to do with the things making life tough right now? Well technically, yes, he is part of the whole "he is two" thing but we all know that it is not Bunny who is the terrible two poster boy don't we? (maybe not everyone knows but if you have spent any time with me and my family in the last few months then you KNOW!)
|Baby's first time at the beach. She is 5. Mom FAIL!|
Bunny is definitely a stubborn two year old who has decided he doesn't need therapy or like anything I want to feed him but he doesn't call me names or try to give himself a concussion 20 times a day. He is just his delightful little self.
|The diaper wedgie kills me|
I thought in the hospital that I wanted to go back to my "easy life" and steer clear of the future hard life but at this moment, down syndrome has nothing to do with its challenges. It is amazing how living through two years can give you a completely different perspective.
I have never been accused of being a Pollyanna. If Pollyanna had an evil stepsister who played the "mad game" I would be her. But I am forcing myself to try to look at the bright side of things (like hey...Daddy can't lift babies but I can run out and get my hair cut while they nap because he is home!) I do love blogging and I got one of those comments that make it all worth it in the midst of my pity party so I promise to try harder to get some non-evil-step-sister of Pollyanna posts up here every once in awhile.