I love how my kids look out for each other.
We are working on Quinn controlling her computer with her joystick via blue tooth, she will also be able to use her head down the road if that is easier.
Right now it is hard, and she is not loving it, but it is getting better.
We put pressure on her hand to make it easier for her to use. Chrissy said if she tries to help, Quinn gets frustrated and does not do as good as if we just give her pressure to help her control it herself.
I love how my kids want to be right there helping Quinn and willing her to do well!
Her assignment was to type Chrissy into google to see what would come up. So this is not all that bad at all. Very good in fact. She has to move the mouse over the letter and then let it hover there for a few moments, then the letter will come up, and right now the way it is set, up is down and down is up, so she is having to work hard to get things to go. She can do it! She is such a smart kid!
We are also excited and thankful. The community we belong to is willing to share and exchange things all the time. We are thankful someone gave up their walker, and now we get it. These items are so expensive and so we are so grateful to be able to be donated this one. Quinn was so excited to start walking again. We think she took about 14 steps in 10 minutes, so we are excited to keep practicing.
So we are thankful for the small moments, because small moments turn into big moments pretty easily!