Reagan slept well last night and woke up with smiles again this morning. Yeah! Operation "Go to School" in place! Her teacher was great, scrambling to get everything set up quickly. We got to the school just before 11 and went up to her homebound teacher's room. She already had three little girls from Reagan's class and several teachers waiting in there to meet her! Everyone was quite excited to finally meet Reagan...her homebound teacher must talk about her a lot. Everybody loves Reagan (like Raymond)! Two of the three girls actually still have Reagan's pic that was on the Valentine we handed out to her class. So sweet! They talked with her, asked questions about her favorite things, and then read her a story along with their teacher. It was really sweet. We'll definitely do this again! We had wanted to drop in and say hi to the whole class, but by the time we finished, they had already left art. So maybe next time! It was a perfect day for it. Reagan did well with all of the talking and even the reading. She had her hand in her mouth a lot, but was very smiley! We came home just in time for a few minutes rest and then PT. She did well with PT at noon and then OT at 1:30. She's just a joy to work with when she's like this! Her OT didn't want to leave! She said it's hard to stop when she's this ON! I can see that. She had a little break and then had school/speech/vision therapy at 3:30. She did well for it all. Afterward she did look a little sleepy, but never dozed off. She eventually got a second wind and was raring to go. She's been a spunky precious girl the rest of the night. Super darling. She did squirm around so much at one point, she popped her tube out. She didn't pull it out, she moved just so so that it was in the unlock position and it just popped right out (leaking formula everywhere). This girl! Hoping we can get her to settle down and get some sleep tonight!
(Sorry for no pictures. I wasn't sure if I could take them at the school. I can't believe I have no picture documentation of these past two days. She's been BEYOND precious. You'll just have to take my word for it. Adorable!)