We are heading out for a few days and of course they're calling for it to be cold and snowy. Still looking forward to the trip though. We'll get to have PT early this morning just before loading up and leaving, so at least DD will get one in this week. (She usually does Tuesday and Thursday.)
Hope you all have a wonderful week!
Lisa 42, DH 38, DD 2 - 32 wk preemie, diagnosed with CP at 2 1/2.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Good MorningGood Morning! Hope you all had a great weekend! <br /><br />We are heading out for a few days and of course they're calling for it to be cold and snowy. <img src="/Images/e/frown.gif" align="top" border="0"> Still looking forward to the trip though. We'll get to have PT early this morning just before loading up and leaving, so at least DD will get one in this week. (She usually does Tuesday and Thursday.) <br /><br />Hope you all have a wonderful week!
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