It's so good to have him back to himself. Our local library offers free passes to local events, and one of them is to the airplane museum. When we walked in , you should of seen the look on Luke's face! To be honest, I was just as amazed as he was. We took a walk around the whole museum, and in the whole time we were there he did not stop smiling. They even had a table you could walk up to and build a little parachute made out of a Dixie cup and a piece of thin plastic that actually works! Finding a place to park was easy and only a short walk to the entrance. But otherwise we had a great time there.
We were also able to take a walk in the park across the street from where we live. We haven't been able to because of his ear infection. It pretty much grounded us for a couple of weeks. We usually take our walk in the park every day, its a ritual for us now. He gets some good exercise and some fresh air. We also frequent Stanley park. That's a nice place to take a walk thru. You can feed ducks and also have a wonderful playground for kids. Its one of the better parks in our area besides some of the other good state park by us .http://www.nps.gov/index.htm Here is a good link for any information on any parks in U.S. Its an awesome site just to even check out!
I will be posting more information on the DiGeorge Syndrome with some of the symptoms and effects and some good links for support and information. I really would like to know who said that life is just a walk in the park, they must be a pretty happy person!