Today marks 365 days since Annabelle's last in person day of 2nd grade. Last time she was in school without masks, social distancing, without COVID-19, without fear of being high risk. It's unbelievable that a year ago we were thinking OMG - we might have to stay home until spring break!! It's been tough and we've had many challenges but I wouldn't change one decision that we made to keep us safe! Overall in the past 52 weeks Annabelle has had 1 cold that lasted 3 days, no strep, no flu, no pneumonia, no nebs, almost no inhaler. The masks have kept her so healthy, it's been amazing!!
Annabelle had her 10 year well checkup this week, all is good and she's so happy with her growth this year! She made a big leap, still under 3rd %tile but her BMI is perfect so that's all we worry about with her. We talked about COVID and she said we need to continue limiting who she sees and have to weigh risks until Annabelle can get a vaccine. Like being at school is necessary, but her risk is low because her class is small and everyone wears masks 100% of the time. Even after I'm vaccinated (next week - YAY) she will still need to wear a mask if playing with friends, even if their parents are vaccinated.
Brian is on his way home tonight from visiting his parents & brother in Florida. Thankfully he had his second COVID vaccine over 3 weeks ago. It's been a long week and we miss him so much, can't wait to see him!
|LOLs were flying to FL to see daddy|
|zoom dance class|
|she was hiding from me, giggling so hard|
|Our friend Scarlett's 10th birthday parade|
|helping me paint|
|made my first "stack of books" from a dollar tree bin|
|Art therapy - drew our house & family|
I added labels just to clear up any confusion
|Delivered all her girl scout cookies|
|No more 5 point harness, seat belt for this big girl!|
|playing tag with her friend|
|Lost a tooth, had to have our neighbor |
pull it because I hate all things teeth related!
|doing her chores, dusting the living room|
|Night time at the pool, the blue lights almost make it look open|
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