Thursday, June 11, 2015
Indoor castle and a Brownie promise
It didn't take Hezekiah long to get climbing. :-)
Thankfully the slice reverses as a step. So for now I will only have the step side up. I'm not going to push things too quickly with Asher's motion. We have kept her from jumping, swinging and sliding for so long now. I will only bring them back slowly.
One happy little girl.
I know this is going to give her hours of fun.
On Wednesday evening Asher had a 2 minute Tonic seizure and went very blue with it. It was different to other tonic seizures in that her arms and legs were not straight and stiff, they were bent and stiff. Her hands totally spastic as the muscles all just got so tight.
On Thursday morning at 7am, she had another tonic seizure, this time only 1 1/2 minutes. Her limbs were again stiff in a bend but this time she had very small shaking (a little like shivering). Thankfully after a sleep she was back to her normally happy self.
I could not resist taking this photo of the snow capped mountains when we went to fetch Rachel today. So beautiful. And I love that Brendon has said he never gets tired of how beautiful it is. He told Rachel that the most beautiful time is just as the sun is coming up. The lighting and colours are just magnificent.
An exciting time at Brownies today as they got to try on uniforms from Bronwies all over the world.
And they learnt about the different promises from the different countries. They got written out on flowers, folded up, and when placed in water they all opened up.
It was fun for the girls to watch the flowers opening, and they tried to read some of the promises before the ink disappeared.
And then it was time for Hannah to say her promise. She has been looking forward to being a "real" Brownie for a few months now.
And that also means that she can get all the badges that she has been working on over the last couple of months. She came home with 7 badges, 4 of which she had earned (the others just showing quick Brownie unit and area she is a part of).
Asher enjoying the steps this evening. I thought I would take some photos so I could show the physiotherapist the next day.
Even though she has great gross motor skills, I have seen her balance improving and her muscles are getting a nice workout too. The physiotherapist was so impressed she said they needed one for the Champion Centre. :-)
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