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.


School picture 2008

I think they shot the picture a little wide -- notice all the space around her. But Jordan flashed a sweet smile for this year's school picture. I bought the picture CD, but they only gave me this tiny size. Oh well.

Since we got back into town early enough - Jordan and I are going to pick up her new shoe inserts. I bought new shoes for her while we were away that should make it really easy to wear the inserts and have stylish shoes. She has a thing about shoes - so I had to find shoes she'd wear AND fit her inserts. That's not an easy feat for her feet! (I'm slap happy today. Exhaustion is catching up with me)

I took Jordan to school today wearing her hook - I showed her teachers how to take the hook off and change it into the flexible hand. So Jordan's at school with her bouncy hand - we'll see how she does today! She's very proud of her arm and was showing it to all kinds of people at school this morning.

1 comment:

Jennifer Rodriguez said...

I'm soo behind on your blog!

That's awesome about the 3 attachments, that offers so much to her. And I got a tear reading about you wanting and now being able to swing her around...

Love the school picture!! So sweet :o)