Daniel is such a trooper. As if he hasn't been subjected to enough medically already, he flew through pneumonia with flying colors. He's still currently on the nebulizer meds twice a day, but he finished his oral antibiotic Monday and he looks and feels much better. He still has a leftover cough, but I am no longer following him around with tissues to blow his nose.
Granny (Troy's mom) came up on Saturday afternoon and took over playing with Daniel and then spent the night and played with him until noon Sunday. I was so grateful to her for the much needed break. There's only so many indoor activities and we had been couped in the house, besides the doctor visits, since the past Tuesday evening. Granny even brought her Cricut and I got to sit at the table and cut things out for scrapbooking for over an hour. Thank you Granny!!
Monday morning we finally ventured out to meet a family, who lives within about half an hour of us, who had adopted a little boy from Russia about 5 months ago. We had a wonderful visit, sharing photos and talking about our experiences while the boys played. They played parrallel to each other inside the house, but once we let them outdoors with a couple of tricycles, they had a blast following each other around. Boys just love to be outside!! I had such a nice time and we are hoping to get together again soon to get the boys some more outdoor action at a nearby park. It's so wonderful to be able to meet fellow adoptive parents!
Today he went back to daycare and he immediately started hugging the other children, especially the little girls, two blonds in fact. Oh my, heartbreaker city!
Here are a couple of photos of Daniel and Will (his new Russian friend)!