When I told Doug what "his" son was about to do, he said, "That sounds about right," and then he told me the frightening stories of what he and his brother used to do on the stairs of the house they grew up in.
Now, regarding Lila's anxiety issues. We went to see the pediatrician last week, to reassure Lila that there is nothing physically wrong with her heart. The doctor agreed that this sounds like anxiety and she heard nothing wrong with Lila's heart, but (naturally) they want to send us to a pediatric cardiologist for an EKG, "just to be sure."
I agree, it's a good idea to rule out physical problems. There is only so much that the doctor can determine by listening to a person's heart through their stethoscope. I'm just sick of being sent to flippin' specialists for everything (and having to pay a $60 copay at every visit)!
Anyway, the EKG is scheduled for July 9th and Lila's going to talk to a children's therapist on July 8th. I am looking forward to getting a second opinion from the therapist and I am not remotely worried about the EKG.
I'll keep you posted.
Finally, the kids had a blast at their respective summer camps! Eli came home with a new LEGO minifig and a bag of crafts he'd made. Lila came home with the decision that she wants to give up ballet and take horseback riding lessons in the fall.
Here are some photos from Lila's last day of horse camp.
|This is Teva the filly. I spent about 20 minutes petting her. So cute!|
|Being a baby, she wanted to nibble everything. Including my skirt and hand.|
|Gah! I want a horse!|
|Lila, chatting with Walter.|
|Look at that smile!|
|The kids look so small on those big horses. (Lila's second from the right.)|
|It was a beautiful morning. Only a little hot when this thing came out from|
behind the clouds.
|After the show|
|Blue eyes - beautiful and creepy. As you can see on the sign, his name|