YEAH! HIGH PRAISES SANG TO WHOM EVER IS WATCHING OUT FOR ME ABOVE!!!! Tru is going to get the Occupational & the Physical Therapies through the school even though she is going to Headstart. The Headstart will provide the Speech therapy. I think what the issue was a mix up in what the coordinator thought was our school district. See living in the back woods of Indiana, where everything is spread SOO far out, transportation is a major concern, especially with gas prices tipping $4.00 a gallon. Luckily for Tru, the Headstart is with in walking distance of the public school. So one of the teachers from the Headstart will walk her up there for the appointment. I'm debating on taking her myself & plan to every chance I get. I don't want to be left out of the loop, but then it comes back to the cost of transportation for me to drive out there and back when Tru is already there and has her own way. HER OWN WAY. . . . My baby girl is so big and no longer a baby. Before I get off track though I want to mention that the Headstart teachers are actually coming to our house on Tuesday to meet Tru, before school starts. I thought this was a wonderful thing & told the lady so when she called me to arrange the appointment. The lady was surprised and said most parents found it to be bothersome. I simply replied that I'M NOT MOST PARENTS & that it really put me at ease. This way I don't feel like I'm sending my angel girl off with a bunch of strangers. I'm going to sit down and compose my list of questions later today & get my binder for this year together.
~Tru is now a big sister~
On August 11, 2008, Tru Legacy got a little brother, Scottie Lee the Third. We thought he was going to be a girl, but . . . . God works in mystic ways. I'll get pictures of them together when she adjusts a little better. I tried to get her to hold him and she pushed him away. She doesn't try to hurt him though. She steers her power wheel around him & doesn't try to run him over, so that's a good sign. I'm confident that they'll be the best of friends once they get use to each other.