All through making this kit, I had no idea what I was going to call it....a kind of "designer's block" lol so I put it up in a contest to name the kit.
One of the names suggested for the kit was by Muka on the DST (DigiShopTalk) forums and I love it....so cute LOL she said:
Little Boy Beep (little bo beep... also the vehicles are like beep = horn )
So that's how this kit came to be named
10 papers, 1 airplane, 2 bead spills, 3 brads, 1 car, 5 assorted flowers, 7 assorted frames, 3 leaves decorations (1 with glittered edge) 1 notepaper, 3 photo prongs, 3 ribbons, 1 ric rac, 1 space shuttle, 1 stitches, 2 straight ribbons, 2 strings, 2 tied ribbons, 1 bow, 1 train, 2 word arts and 2 complete alphas including uppercase, lowercase, numbers and extras on both separated files and single sheets
I've just completed a kit and have no idea what to name it LOL so I will give away one copy to whoever can come up with the best catchy name for it....just leave your suggestions here [link expired] and in a few days....if there's some suggestions of course LMAO I will choose the name I like best and I feel best describes the kit
Well we finally had the doctor's appointment and it turns out the scoliosis looks worse on Juston than it does on the x-rays....nonetheless the curvature is a 16 degree curve and still needs to be seen to.
He is booked in for physiotherapy sessions to hopefully help it, if that doesn't help the next step is surgery, no brace unfortunately
So 2-3 weeks of physio and then we'll see where he's at...am crossing my fingers lol
...life throws you a curve ball or two...
My eldest son, Juston, who is 11 has complained on and off of back pain for the last couple of weeks, I put it down to bruising or something (we are a family of klutz's lol) and just kept an eye on how he was feeling...yesterday I noticed his posture looked off so I got him to stand in front of me. His right shoulder dropped noticably and he was sort of hunched over to one side.
I made an appointment for him to see the doctor today as Scoliosis runs in our family, and once there the doc took one look at him, asked him to take off his shirt to look at his back and agreed about the scoliosis, sent him for x-rays.
As the x-rays were being taken they came up on a screen where we were standing and I could see the curve in his spine was quite pronounced. We are sort of in limbo at the moment as his doctor will be out of town next week, so we won't know exactly what needs to be done until our next appointment which is 2 weeks away, all I know is that it will be either a brace or surgery which scares the heck out of me.
I have been Googling and reading up on scoliosis treatments and surgery to try and get some idea of what we are in for, though I know I won't truly be able to gauge that until we speak to our doctor and the specialist.
All the emotions from this have been compounded by that we have also had to make the painful decision to rehome our black labrador pup that we only got a couple of months ago...he won't stop snapping at my younger 2 children's faces no matter how much I try and train him not to, and my children refuse to be taught not to run away and around him squealing...and to add to that he has literally chewed up everything in our yard lol, the kids' trampoline, swing set...the bikes (seats and padding etc), he chewed the newly installed wires on the trailer and today I think was the final straw for my husband when he found Jasper had chewed up the cords on the brushcutter, hubby was so angry I swear he could be heard on the other side of town LOL
Sooo...I feel like all my emotions are in a blender that has no stop button lol
I don't know how many still read my blog as I am not the world's greatest blogger and never have been the journalling type....but I will keep you all updated who may still be reading....and thanx for 'listening'