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.


I almost fell over laughing

The kids rarely take baths together... But we were going to bed late and I had to offer a two for one bath-time to save time. It was so dang funny to watch that I had to take pictures and video.

Our town held its annual Earth Day celebration... Giving us a chance to watch all of the locals pull out their hippie clothing ad dance to drums. I unfortunately blew the event after sending Randy to the car for a camera that I didn't leave there -- I left it at home. Then we had a hard time meeting up... Since my phone as in the camera bag. (nice one, eh?) Anyway, we were able to relieve the stress with the help of watching Jordan eat her very first popsicle. Oh my goodness. It was SO FUNNY. And messy. Add in some face painting and an Earth ball for Cam to jump on and things were better. Jordan was exhausted... I actually had to wake her from her nap so she could get to bed at a reasonable time (note back to the bath). The only challenge that we face for now is during Earth Day, Jordan fell down onto a sidewalk and cut her little arm just slightly. I'm a little worried about putting her arm into a prosthetic all day tomorrow. I guess I'll check to see how it looks in the morning and make a last minute decision.

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