Disney on Ice – 100 Years of Magic, Worcester, MA.
The boys really enjoyed the show, although Aaron said he is not really into Disney anymore; Eric and Anthony loved it!
Happy Birthday Susan:-)
Here is Anthony in the new lift, getting ready for school. He’s not too happy having to get up early.
Today was Anthony’s first day back to school following his big surgery. I drove him in to be sure he would tolerate the ride and we stayed for a couple of hours. The staff was so happy to see him and you could tell Anthony was happy to be back too!
Here’s a photo of Anthony with his P.T.
He will go on the van for a full day tomorrow, then he’ll be off again until next Monday because of the holiday weekend.
Anthony had his follow-up appointment with his surgeon yesterday. The only problems we’ve had are with his digestive system, both ends… But nothing we can’t manage. She did an x-ray of his spine and was very please with the correction she got. “20%, that’s my personal best”, she said! How awesome is that?:-)
Here is the new x-ray:
His incision looks great too, all healed:
She said that technically it takes a full year for the spine to be totally healed. The bones are quite “squishy” now, so we have to be careful moving Anthony and we have to be sure to keep his spine straight and not bend his hips more than 90 degrees. She said we should be safe after 3 months, even better after 6 months. Loooonnnngggg recovery time! He can go back to school on November 20th. She did ask if we wanted a body jacket for school, but I thought it would be tougher handling him with a body jacket.
Here is a photo of Anthony and his surgeon Dr. Shelton: