The appointment went good. We were told we would have a translator but there wasn’t one. Jody called on Wednesday to make sure we would have one and they told us we would. Then I asked again in the office while they were checking vitals and they still said yes, there would be one. But, then nobody ever mentioned it again. That was the main reason we drove 3 1/2 hours to a Dr. appointment. We have to go back in a month to get the results from all of the bloodwork. We did love the doctor. She does think that Alex probably has Cerebral Palsy – a mild form. She wants us to see a Geneticist and a Neurologist to find out exactly what’s going on. I also have to make appointments to see an Audiologist, Speech Therapist, and Physical/Occupational Therapist. Looks like we will be spending a lot of time in Dr.’s offices. She suggested that we put him in Kindergarden and see how it goes. We called to register for school and they told me that our Kindergarden is full. If he can’t get in, that means that he will have to go to a different school in our district. I am really praying that something changes and he will get in to our school. But, I also know that God might want him to be somewhere else so I’m not going to freak out if it doesn’t work. Even though that would mean another place to drive, another set of school programs, teachers, PTA, Principals, field trips, parents, ect. It would be really convenient for 3 of the kids to be at the same school. Ryan will be at the Middle School this year so I will definitely have 2 schools, 3 seems like a little too much. I’m planning on Homeschooling Tanya this year and hopefully getting her ready to go to 8th grade next year. Me, homeschool? I can’t even believe it. I’m planning to incorporate shopping into our curriculum as much as possible! She will know percentages so well. If this shirt costs $29.99 and it is marked 40% off, how much will it cost? Real math! Isn’t that peoples biggest complaint about math? Why do I need to know this, when will I ever use it? Now Cole is telling me that he wants to homeschool too. I think I can handle homeschooling Pre-K. Plus it will save some money. I’m tempted to just keep going because I have lots to say but I’ve got to get to bed. I’m trying to get a lot of sleep this weekend because Jody is leaving on Monday and will be gone all week. Here is one picture from the Dr. visit! He had fun sticking stickers all over himself.