First of all, before I get into my crazy 8's, won't you all join me in a little 'happy dance'? It's 10:30pm, and Nate just fell asleep. That's the earliest in a long time. Not sure how long this stretch of sleep will last, but for now I'm just glad, and it feels like I have extra minutes now to do a little blogging!
Well, it appears I'm joining Nate in the teething department! Every tooth that emerges through a baby's gums is cause for celebration....not quite the same sentiment when you're talking about adults and wisdom teeth!
The date has been set for 2 of my wisdom teeth to come out...won't this be fun! I'm going straight to the top and will give an oral surgeon the pleasure of removing these teeth! Having worked in the dental world for 12 years, in this case, has it's advantages and disadvantages....on the positive side, I know exactly what they are going to be doing. On the down side, I know EXACTLY what they are going to be doing!
Oh well! I'll be in good hands!
Although I am now lamenting the fact that my dear Mississauga family is coming to visit that week in July, and I fear I may not be much fun. But according to Don, after he gets me topped up with T3's, I'll be the 'funnest girl around'!
Now - just a side note - and for your factoid folder.....The term '8's' are used in the dental field to refer to wisdom teeth. They are the 8th tooth in each of your mouths' 4 quadrants. Specifically numbered 18, 28, 38 and 48.
Aren't you glad you know that?
Cheers to all teething babies and adults alike!
Well, since I'm on a roll here, and Nate is still asleep, here are a few pics from a pretty fantastic Father's Day on Sunday! We fed the men just what they wanted....meat and potatoes!!! And Kali shared a special surprise that she had made for her dad - a cake decorated just for him!
The dad's had some fun with the gifts my Dad brought back from a recent Nascar holiday.
And Dad liked his gift too.... a must-have for any RV'er!
And Nate, well, he ate some cake!
Thought I'd share 2 prayer requests too....my brother's job description is changing just slightly for the next 10 days as a result of the G20 Summit in Toronto. Please pray for safety for him and all the other OPP involved in security and patrol. Also keep Kathy and the kids in your prayers as they are home alone for the next 10 days.
And remember my friend, Christine and her family, and specifically their little boy Tim. Tim had the 'Double Switch' surgery in Michigan last week. He's a cute little 3 year old who was born with the same heart issue as Nate. He's doing well, but as we know, sometimes surgery is the easy part. Recovery can be a rough road for these little guys. Even though Christine and I have never met, she has been such a great friend, through our emails, my questions, and sharing all of our emotions.