But when casts come off, you MUST have fun Get wet, get messy, get clean, etc. We live in a weird hyper-aware state around the Scarbrough House. But in cast off week, we let loose (a little bit).
Someone really loved the baby pool area on day one. We did the swing and did a lot of walking around in the water.
The boys wanted to stay late and play. I was tired and Allyn was hungry so we came back to the room to rinse off and get a snack. Love this little peanut so much.
And then this past Tuesday little dolly got her second ever haircut. I decided to get it just short enough so that it does not go all the way into the cast. She just has the best softest sweetest hair and I couldn't go too short. Even if she refuses to let me pull it up or back or put a bow in it.
This adorableness lasted from about 11:15 until just after lunch. But it sure was cute.
And GOOD NEWS. Allyn is getting around a lot better now. She is all over a tall kneel, she can easily go from sit to stand and pull up on stuff and is doing some cruising. We finally got the part we needed for her gait trainer on order so I am hopeful that will get us using that more. AND she is talking so much more now. She still has trouble with making a lot of sounds and is deleting end consonants but she is saying a lot of sentences and we can understand her.
Thank you to every single person who has ever said a sweet prayer or thought over this precious girl or our family. It really does mean a lot and when we make great strides in such a short period of time I just can't help but be thankful for everyone that thinks the world of this little doll.