Today was a good day for appointments, in that Jason only had the one with the dermatology folks, and then there was a quick visit with urology (it wasn't an appointment though). When we got to the Naval Base we took the girls over to the day care center and dropped them off. Stacy loves going there, and especially likes Ms. Nancy. I don't know if Jackie has a favorite because she gets along with just about everybody and goes to just about everybody - as long as Grandpa isn't around. If I'm around she wants to be with me, but hey, she's got good taste in people... ;-)
Anyway, while Jason was at his appointment I received an email and it said both Stacy and Jackie would now be able to go to the CDC (Child Development Center) for day care, located right there on the Naval Base. My first reaction was excitement and then concern because Jackie is already enrolled at the Wade Parker CDC, that's close to the house. Besides, Jason has already paid for the first half of the month of May at Wade Parker, and I'm concerned that things will get messed up in the paper work. We'll just need to make sure that all the paper work gets processed correctly, so that no mistakes are made. It will be good to have the girls together, and to have them at the Naval Base is just an extra plus for us.
I was contacted by the New York Times, because they are doing a story on Victor Juhasz, the artist who drew and painted Jason, while he was at Bethesda. She will be talking with us on Wednesday, via telephone or Skype, and I'm guessing it will be about 30 minutes or so. I'm hoping that it helps Victor is some way, since he did so much for Jason with the drawings and paintings.
I've had a couple of interrupts while trying to get this post done, with one of those being from Jackie. Sometimes she will wake, crying, and I just need to take her in to Daddy and he calms her down. I don't particularly like running up and down the stairs this time of night, but it does make me feel good when Jason is capable of calming his children down, and that also means I'll probably get a good nights sleep... ;-)
Thank you, for all your continued support and all the prayers you're sending our way.