Rails & Ales was held in Downtown Wenatchee. They brought snow into Downtown, made a ski jump, and had freestyle ski jumping. Caden loved it! ... and I loved that he is finally old enough to stay out late (9:00) on a Friday night ;o)
My view while grocery shopping...
LPA fun and Pre-7th birthday weekend fun in Bellevue, of course, at the Westin ...
It rained the whole weekend :-(
Outside fun ~ loving the sunshine!
Seven year well child check...
Hiking Saddle Rock - on a Gorgeous Saturday morning ...
OF course when the house is for sale - the irrigation line to the small parkway totally cracks, the length of the driveway. Mad Dan - Happy Caden!
Helping Grammy & Pa-Pa in their backyard
Shopping fun at U-Village and a stop at Husky Stadium
Fun in Bellevue and at Bellevue Park
and a sleep study*. YUCK for Mom, Fun for Caden (goofy kid!)
and a stop at the museum of flight.
Love my tulips and Lego fun
Fixing the fence - per the buyers request
* Caden's sleep study was a titration study with his CPAP on. Basically to check the pressure. He is currently on a 7. They found he snored less and hyperventilated less when the pressure was increased to 9, but he also had more arousals at a 9. We are keeping him at a 7 because of the less # of arousals and because we are concerned about the long term effects of the CPAP at a higher pressure and the facial structure of his face. The full face mask applies pressure to his face for 10-11 hours a day.
We also had our first visit with the craniofacial clinic. We saw four different doctors within the clinic. They explained jaw surgery options to open the airway more to help with his obstructive sleep apnea. Thankfully they don't think he is a candidate for that at this time (me neither!) - The orthodontist within the team that we saw would like to see Caden back in a year. Caden will definitely need orthodontic work done, its just a matter of figuring out when. We will do a full panoramic x-ray here in June and send it to Seattle Children's so they can review it. There is a possibility they will take a few baby teeth to "buy time" and allow for his permanent teeth, with eventually, possibly removing permanent teeth. Cha-cha-ching - anyone want to donate to that fund? ugh! I will take the panoramic with us to San Diego to get the Medical Advisory Board's opinion of treatment as well.