I was so proud of him because he did great in the booth this time. He sat through the whole thing and was trying so hard to hear the sounds.
That's the little machine that programs the "hearing eggs". Before Skyler got them he obviously couldn't hear well so he thought we were saying hearing eggs, he has called them that ever since.
Today Skyler had another first. His first bath in over a year! Of course I still bathe him, but I give him sponge baths because he cant get his line wet. This is definitely one of the downfalls of still having his dialysis catheter still in. They do make safe guard things that go over the line so kids can still get in the bath but its sticky and it pulls Skyler's central dressing off so it just didn't work for us. I still wanted him to be able to just sit in a warm bath a play so I came up with what I think was a brilliant plan....saran wrap! I just wrapped him up and put him in the water. It worked great and he was able to finally have a bath. He played in the water forever and I kept having to refill the bath with warm water. His hands and feet actually pruned! Haha I never thought I would be so excited about pruned hands. Its amazing the things I find so wonderful now. You just never know what you really have until its gone.
Such a cutie! Don't worry he can still breathe, it looks tighter than it actually is.