Jack wearing his "helmet." Or as we non-2 year olds call them, "headphones."
We were saved by a meeting with a non-profit accountant at a local coffee shop in Memphis. I was so excited to pick her brain and get some great ideas for the Go Lucy Go Foundation moving forward. The sky is the limit for the Foundation and the support we get from you all is so important. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
We got behind this truck in Memphis. Thank you for still caring for my baby. That pink and purple ribbon says "Go Lucy Go."
After that it was a trip to LeBonheur to deliver food and BOOKS! Lots and lots of books. The Family Resource Center was very excited. Book are needed all over the hospital, and the donations we have received from you guys will help so much.
I convinced Erik that I was too tired to cook dinner tonight so we went to our favorite Mexican restaurant. We weren't there for 10 minutes before Jack and Nelson were deep in a standoff. Oh, those two!
Tomorrow Ella has a basketball game that I am going to have to miss. I'm sad, but looking very forward to spending the day with Lucy doing something other than going to another doctor. We get to go look for princess dresses. That's what we call a flower girl dress. We are so honored to be a part of our favorite nurse's wedding. I'll be sure to post pictures tomorrow!