I decided to start blogging about Jordan from the moment I found out I was pregnant. Jordan was born with a little arm that didn't grow like most babies. Her left arm stopped just above the elbow. Now I'm committed to making sure Jordan gets everything out of life. We feel blessed to be the parents of a very special little girl.


2 hour time difference

This 2 hour time difference has kept me from talking to Jordan since I left town yesterday. She's always in bed - either taking a nap or sleeping for the night. It sucks. But it sounds like she's doing fine without me.

I'm having a pretty good time -- Went to a crazy, trendy bar tonight. Got hit on by an Itallian who I told how my 5 year old can speak Itallian, but I can't. Then I walked away to chat with my students/friends. I met a couple of Australians and a bunch of girls who went to summer camp with one of my students when he was in high school. Strange stuff.

Vegas is so large and strange. My biggest question is why to parents bring their kids here? I really want to know. This is a grown up's play land and I can't imagine bringing children here. I'm confused by that.

I have all kinds of morning meetings so I should go to bed. I miss the family and I can't wait to go home. But it was fun to go out to a bar and dance VERY silly with my students. I didn't feel too lame, but only because one of our students dances like she's the whitest white girl on the planet and it was so fun to watch and giggle that it made my night.

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