I've been a bad blogger. I thought I would be better than this. After Christmas, I typed a really long entry about our holiday events, and promptly lost it before I could post it. Shortly after that we lost Internet service and the local satellite people aren't at all interested in coming to fix it, so I've fallen off the face of the Earth. :(
I'm hiding in my in-laws computer room to type this, so I'll be brief. We are doing pretty well. Korban's immune system is still low but we are not doing the immunoglobulin infusions just yet. He goes to his regular school three days a week and on Tuesday and Thursday I take him to the Autism Center of Tupelo for classes from 8:00 until 11:30. This summer we are looking at going five days a week. The cost for the full week will be $150.00 and we aren't sure how that is going to happen. There was a mention of scholarships becoming available, so please pray that we qualify for one of those. There's also the issue of traveling so much, so while you are praying, please pray for safety and that I am able to keep up everything I need to do otherwise.
Selah is doing very well. She has learned to run and loves to show off. She has been an excellent climber since before she could walk, so she keeps me on my toes all the time. She's such a good climber sometimes I feel like I had a baby with Spiderman. Maybe Brad is a superhero in his spare time. ;) She is saying quite a few words and understands a whole lot more, so that is cool.
Both kids are really loving the pretty spring weather and we have been outside SO much. Korban reminds me to put on 'sunscreem" before we head out, but even with that Korban still has a red neck. Literally. They play all sorts of different things outside. Let's just say if Bubble Mowers actually cut the grass, we would never have to worry about the lawn. I could probably hire Korban out for other people too. Selah wants to sit on the mower and let him push her, but he's not crazy about that. He dumps her off and moves on, and she chases after him. I bet we've logged 1000 miles behind that Bubble Mower. Selah has discovered the Little Tikes playhouse in the backyard, and now I think she is mad at us for making her live in a real house for the past 15 months. Korban loves to swing, and Selah likes the slides. Gives her a chance to show off her climbing ability I guess.
I just wanted to do a quick update in case anybody was wondering what happened to us.
We are chugging along and I really hope to have our Internet issue fixed sometime this year. I'll leave you guys with a couple of "Korbanisms." My friend Suzanne coined that term for funny things he says, and I love it.
--Yesterday he was begging me to take him outside, and I hadn't even had a chance to take off my church clothes yet. I told him to give me a minute and he said (in his serious tone) "Five more minutes." (I generally give him a five minute warning before we head inside so he got that one from me.)
--He was eating popcorn the other day, and he held up a popcorn kernel and asked what it was. I told him it was a popcorn kernel and he got a confused look on his face and asked "Colonel Rebel?" I'll give his daddy credit for that one.
--This one is just sweet. He loves to see butterflies outside and when he sees them he says "Thank you Jesus butterflies." He also says "Thank you Jesus pretty wedder." (That's weather, in case you don't speak Korban.)