Hard to believe that winter will be over soon. We did have one "good" snow that provided several days of fun before it melted. The driveway of course needed to be shoveled, so very reluctantly they took their shovels and got started. When I looked out to check on them they had shed their coats and were working hard. They eventually ended up with a big pile of snow that they then dug out and made a snow house.
We also managed to finally celebrate Juan Pablo's 11th birthday. It was in November, but since he still had stitches in his head and was restricted a little on activity we waited. He had a few friends over for cake and ice cream and we also went to a local place to play games, duck pin bowling and have pizza. Hard to believe this is the 6th birthday we have celebrated with him.
Not much else to report. We did see the neurosurgeon last week. Juan Pablo had an MRI and it appears that everything is as it should be. He told us we don't need to see him for a couple of years and that if he goes for a full year without a seizure we can stop the medication. Unfortunately no jumping on the trampoline for several more months, but he can play baseball this spring if he wants to (if he wears a helmet all the time). So, I guess it's time to sign up for baseball.
Our newest grandchildren are due in about 7 weeks now. We are excited to meet them and I know their parents are too. :)