So much has happened and I can't keep up! AAAhhh!
Well, first things first: tomorrow we go in to see Dr. Hurwitz and get an explanation of his ultrasound. We will then decide the next steps. I will let you all know what is going to happen, but apparently just from looking at his ultrasound while it was being done, you can tell his pelvic renal area is still quite enlarged. We are optimistic that the right choice will be made for Sean.
Okay, so since I am so behind, and I have had people tell me that they want to see photos, here is a rundown of all the activities and not so activties we have been up to:
We were going to go for a hike in the mountains for our little friend's b-day, but the mountains were closed due to the fires we had. We decided to go to Bonelli Park instead and have a picnic lunch. The kids had fun running around, playing with Coleman's cars, and eating. The adults had fun having some normal adult interaction haha! Thanks for inviting us Coleman! You can read more about it on Michelle and Tyler's blog. They got such better photos of the kiddos at the park than we did. :)Janelle and Jonathan's Wedding:
We had fun and were so excited to go to their wedding. We got to see so many people we haven't seen in a while. Janelle looked very lovely in her dress. The cake was yummy, the food was delicious, and their reception was really beautiful! They had a great turnout. We are so happy for them! Congratulations to you both! You can read more about it on Matt and Heather's Blog.
September 23: Our last swim in the pool.
Sean loves the water, he just doesn't love cold water. So for that very reason, that was our last time in the pool, the pool's been cold ever since. So here is what Sean looks like after a cold swim...
San Dimas Western Days Festival:
We love our City, it feels like a small town with all the festivals, concerts, markets, parades, and celebrations! After watching Saturday Morning Conference Session, we attended the Festival. Sean loved petting the animals in the Petting Zoo, he held a rabbit but didn't know what to do with it, so it just sat in his lap. We walked around the merchant's market, watched a parade, saw a cowboy re-enactment, watched a Native American Pow-wow, ate tacos (yeah, I said tacos at a western days festival, haha), and had a good time. We didn't get to go to the Rodeo (yes, a full out Rodeo), because Mike had Priesthood Session with his buddies. Maybe next year...
We kept our tradition of Crepe eating on Sunday as we watched Conference. They were great sessions and we felt enriched! Sean enjoyed eating syrup on his crepe as he watched the Prophet speak.
I will be posting the L.A. County Fair and Mickey's Trick or Treat Party in two separate posts, there's just too many photos that are fun.