Monday, February 25, 2013

If you surrender to the wind, you can ride it. ~Toni Morrison

Life has been busy.  Happily busy.  CJ has been out of the hospital for 5 consecutive weeks now.  So exciting!!!  He is growing slowly, but gaining.  He is eating cereal and a few veggies.  Still taking a bottle 8 times a day.  We had to increase his oil some to increase the calories.  But smiling and cooing more everyday.  Starting in March he will be starting day care two days a week.  Kinda excited about that, but we will see how it goes.

Isaac's last basketball game is today.  His team has really shown progress.  Chris subbed and coached his last practice.  He is fun to watch, even though you sometimes wish you could help them on the court some.  Baseball will be coming up soon.  And he has been asking to start on the traveling soccer team.

Zoey starts volleyball tomorrow.  She is so excited to try something new.  Her team color is pink, very appropriate!  I never know how she will do, but she seemed to have gotten the Rogne athletic gene. She seems to be good at everything she tries.  This summer will bring on fast pitch softball.

I have been back to work. Trying to stick to Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays, but a few Fridays and Saturdays always sneek in.  We are growing by leaps and bounds.  Making the transition last summer was a great choice.  We are changing our main office location at the end of the month.  Three of us just had baby boys and soon all of us will be back to work again. In the mean time we have hired two more therapists.  We are starting to dot ourselves all over town.  We have a location at Familiy Medical Care, Health Source (chiropractic), a salon, and Gillette Physical Therapy.  I am still a little stressed getting things back the way everything needs to be, but for the most part everything is great.  It is so nice to have something to call normal again--even if its our regular caos!!

Chris has been working mostly, but he did just finish up dart season.  He went to Casper for State Dart Tournament and won first place in singles cricket level three.