I decided that it was a good idea to take Sam to the hospital cafeteria for lunch. I thought that maybe a combination of many choices in front of him and an eating-atmosphere would encourage a good solid meal. Plus, we can eat outside in the lovely little patio. I took Sam into the cafeteria, and showed him all the choices available....and here's what he selected:
|that diet coke you can see is NOT for Sam. Guess who drank that!?|
After lunch, we had a super-exciting video chat session with Sam's music class. They shared a sweet song that they had learned about Sam's monkey and took turns singing it, playing the xylophone, and making the monkey dance. Sam loved it.
|(I cannot get this picture to rotate! Sorry.)|
|Please, Sam, do NOT take up percussion.|
At about 9:30, she came to repair Sam's line, and that was a very interesting experience! I was a little nervous that it would involve some kind of surgical procedure (that is how the line was put in initially) but the small break was close to the end, so they could just cut it off and put on a new end. Everything related to the line has to be sterile, so that was a little nerve-wracking. Luckily, they seem to know what they are doing!
As you know, Sam has become a huge fan of the game Draw Something. It is a great tool for learning to spell! Our friends at Zynga heard about Sam and sent him a Draw Something t-shirt, which he was so excited to wear tonight to bed. (I must admit, Zeyde and I were a little jealous of this little bit of swag, since we play too!) Thanks, Zynga! Here's my little rockstar:
Boring is good. We just want boring. Here's hoping for boring days ahead....