The W Family Chronicles

Tomorrow is the day!

Posted on: December 17, 2006

C gets his helmet tomorrow. I have to leave here at 8AM to go to Charlotte. He gets to try it on, they’ll check out the fit and make any necessary adjustments. Then I will go out to lunch (dreading dealing with both kids in public…and nervous about the stares we will get due to the helmet) and return so they can see if any areas are causing irritation. They’ll then take care of those and we’ll be free to head back home.

Prayers and good thoughts are very needed and much appreciated. I’ll try to update tomorrow night, but no promises!


1 Response to "Tomorrow is the day!"

I’ll be thinking of you guys!

And don’t worry about stares – I think every 3rd kid in Charlotte has a helmet. We’re a very flat headed city.

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D is the dad, the husband, and the breadwinner. All around nice guy and good at pretty much everything he does. It's disgusting, really. But makes him worth keeping around.

M is the mom, the wife, and the hopeless housekeeper. At least the kids' heads haven't fallen off yet. Beyond that, she sucks at the "stay at home" thing. Oh, and she's the blogger.

J is the big boy. Born October 11 2002, he is in kindergarten and loves it. Now 6 years old, and too smart for his own good. Talks a lot but extremely entertaining.

C is the little boy. Born June 26, 2006, he went through a lot in his first year but is doing just fine now. The only blond in the family, so his paternity is routinely questioned by rude strangers.

V is our baby girl. She is brand new and arrived in January 2009. So far everything is going well. We're thrilled to have added the final piece to our family puzzle. And yes, she WILL be the final piece!


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