A fun video of them singing in the snow. :-)
And then another one with them chatting about how much fun it was. You get a better idea of the snow on the video (over a photo) but you still can't see how wonderful it was to watch in person. Such wonderful big flakes. It sounds like Brendon had even bigger flakes on the farm.
I only took photos of Hezekiah today as he did so well. He got rather stress last year about even sitting on the chair. So we gave him loads of encouragement for just getting up there. :-)
He happily took the blue sun glasses and enjoyed having the chair move up and back for him (he had watched Rachel go first). He got a bit nervous about opening his mouth - but we assured him that she just wanted to count his teeth. So he opened up nicely and she could have a quick look. I was so glad he did so well.
Rachel did also have x-rays which showed a very small spot between two of her molars - so this was enough encouragement for her to get started on using my home made toothpaste. The dental nurse was also pleased to hear about this (as she knows we don't use fluoride) and she explained to Rachel that if this tiny spots can be dealt with very early - the damage can be stopped and even corrected. They would normally use fluoride to do that - but she explained that the re-mineralising toothpaste that I make would also help the tooth to build itself back up. So it was an added bonus for me to have her happy with our dental program and that she acknowledges that repair can actually happen too.
Thank you Lord for your beautiful creation.