~I will take each day as it comes and not worry about what tomorrow may bring.
~I will not compare Dylan's growth and development to other children with or without WHS.
~I will remember that Dylan is continually making progress (slow as it may be) and not get discouraged when I see or read about other WHS kiddos that are reaching milestones faster.
~I will remember that Dylan is happy, awesome, determined, a blessing - I will try my best not to be sad because he's definitely not.
~I will remind myself that although being a mother of a child with special needs is not something that I ever wanted to do, nor is it something that I signed up for I know that I can do this - heck after these last two years I can do anything!
To move on from the seriousness - we had a great but very cold New Years. We headed up to California City to camp and go dirt biking with our friends. It was in the 30's the whole weekend but was a very fun trip.
All the guys getting ready to ride. They went for a very very long ride and came back numb from the cold.
Dylan was very happy to be bundled up and outside with Daddy.
Dylan and Uncle Eliot
Hailey ready to ride - of course she refused to wear her new cool riding gear and helmet that she got for Christmas.
Dylan with daddy by the campfire.
Lukey ready to go out.
Luke gave us his first big smile this weekend! He is also two months old today - time sure flies!
This is what we drove home in. Snow is pretty rare for Southern California. Hailey was very excited.