Thursday, August 13, 2009

Recent Videos

I've been trying to get Carrah associated with words and "Ball" is one of them. She is learning it fairly well.

As i've previously mentioned, she has taken up walking as a new favorite past time. She is very brave and is taking more and more steps each day.

She has also been very interested in little games. The first one being her paci in a plastic cup. She would put it in, scream at it because it wouldn't come out, then put it right back in after she finally got it out.
The second one being this ball in this little box. lol! It cracks me up to just sit and watch her.


Tuesday, August 11, 2009

First ER Visit

Carrah had an accident last weekend. My husband was watching her and my older daughter while he was folding laundry. He wasn't looking for a split second and Carrah had pulled an armoir down on top of her! I heard the thud and went running upstairs to find my child with a bloody face. It was the scariest moment of my life! We rushed her to the ER and they put 3 stitches in her tiny little nose then did a CT scan, which came back normal other than a small break in her nose.

She was her normal self when we returned home, just a little tired. Now a week and a half later, she is perfect! I'm so very thankful that God was watching over her.

Here are a few pictures of the days following the incident..

Her favorite spot to play :)

She got a big goose egg right on the front of her forehead.

She got big sister's carseat too!


Monday, August 10, 2009

Carrah is WALKing!

I cannot even believe i'm saying that my baby girl is walking. It seems like she was just coming into this world. It's amazing how quickly time flies.

Sometimes I feel as though I lost time just enjoying her because I was trying to figure out what was "wrong" with her for so long. Now that we know she has Albinism, I can relax and spend time with her.

She started taking steps a few weeks ago, but now is letting go of things and taking off quite often. Sheis becoming more and more brave with each day.

It's so awesome to watch her take her first steps and get what she is going after. The Opthamologist told me when she was first diagnosed, that she may not even be able to walk down a hall without help. Praise God she is proving that Dr wrong!! :)


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