A couple of Susan’s friends from college came to visit the for a couple of days. Jen Valorose and her boys came down from Minneapolis and Sarah Olson-Smith came with her kids, from Davenport. They all spent the night Thursday. On Friday morning we went to the science center and then the ladies went out for dinner that night.
A stomach virus has been sweeping through the family for the past week. It has generally been OK, but Lucia couldn’t seem to shake it. We thought she was better yesterday, but she threw up again a few times in the evening and today she didn’t make it off the couch. By the afternoon we decided it was time to call the doctor, who recommended we take her to the emergency room. They were not happy with her behavior, either, and after giving her some nausea meds and a few drinks, decided we had better get her hooked up to an IV to increase her fluids.
This afternoon I filed the certificate of dissolution for Liesland Early Childhood, LLC DBA Bean Sprout Early Childhood. We kept things in tact during and after our trip in case Susan was inspired, but no-go. It officially marks the end of an awesome part of our lives for the past 10 year.
- Andrew driving
- Accidentally running into a snow bank
- Driving down a small, inter-parking lot road with another car behind him.
Mari played an Oompa Loompa in her school’s spring play, Charlie and the Chocolate factory. She has been working hard for the past few weeks and did great this weekend.
This afternoon we attended the Success Assembly at Elliot’s school, to celebrate student successes in the second trimester. Elliot won the CRP award, basically for being a good and doing a good job.
Andrew had his 2nd orchestra concert of the year tonight. We didn’t have a great view of him, but we got this picture afterward and recorded Bohemian Rhapsody.
Our kids have been in to partner yoga lately, working on acrobatic moves they learn on Youtube.