We are just giving her more love and holding her whenever she wants to be held. She has still been doing good with her teachers. One of her therapists said it might even be a relief to her since she was probably getting mixed signals from the small bit of sight that was getting through. I know when Sam finally lost the vision in his left eye, it seemed so much better for him. Of course he could see in his right eye. It was like he got mixed signals and that made him more fearful of movement.
All in all though I've had enough of dealing with little ones losing their sight! It is heartbreaking as a parent to watch and to wonder what is going on in their minds! Please pray that we are able to help Sarah and that she won't be afraid. We are moving in just a few weeks and I hope she won't be stressed out by the move! It's going to be a lot for her to get used to in a short period of time.
Well this is what a part of our living room looks like! We are well into packing up our life :)
I've been inspired by an orphanage in India that works with special needs kids to really work with Sam and Sarah on self care skills. Sam can feed himself corn! We have to be more careful with him as he doesn't understand not to put too much in his mouth but he is learning.
Well I have to "tell the truth and shame the devil" one of my husband's favorite sayings..... (it's also the name of a friend of mine's blog He's a newspaper columnist, an author and a playwright http://tellthetruthandshamethedevil.org/" Ok enough talk....I'm NOT a vegan today, or yesterday, or Sunday..... Vegan cooking is complicated and I've not had the time. We hope to get back to vegan later this week. I ate a tuna fish sandwich and my tummy is very happy! So that is where I got the title for this post LOL