I have been rowing my oars just trying to keep afloat, and not doing too well at it quite honestly. It seems I have a different schedule every week...with a different routine...and a revolving to-do-list. But, some big projects have been completed at our house during the last couple of weeks, with big finale celebrations at school today. Emily's class has been studying History of the Middle ages this year. It has been quite interesting as "she" learns facts about St. Augustine, the Viking invasion, St. Benedict, Otto I, Alfred the Great, The East-West Schism the council of Chalcedon...the topic for the past two weeks has been the Fuedal system. It is culminating in a Medieval feast today complete with entertainment and (as authentic as the Mom's could get) authentic cuisine. A project is also due today...a project that incited fear and excitement when it was announced on back to school night...a Medieval Castle. Much thought went into the material that would be used, the how's and the what's and even a few of the why's. And after much planning, thought and attention to detail...our castle is complete....
We had another doctor appointment at the UNC Peds clinic for Nate on Monday...here's a few updates from that. He was able to have his flu shot after having scratch testing for eggs and the influenza vaccine. It seems his skin reaction was quite a bit less than it was when we first had it done, which I am taking as a good sign! As it is decreasing, it increases the chance that Nate will be able to have denatured egg protein. This egg has been cooked a while in a recipe (baked as in cupcakes/cakes/brownies) but not an egg that has been included in something quick cooked like pancakes. I know it doesn't sound like it would change our life much...it would still mean we would need to be careful with eggs...but he could have things home made baked goodies from friends in their own kitchens! We go back in March...probably will have more blood drawn and pulmonary function tests again. She added a nasal spray and thinks she will discontinue his Singulair and then zyrtec...and start decreasing the Advair inhaler!!! All good things!
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