This week was VERY busy for Adam! He took EVERY stride with a positive, open attitude! He was tired by the end of the week, but kept going! He had PT and ST on Tuesday. They both said that they'd probably work with him for 3-4 weeks anywhere from 2-3 times a week, and then they'd probably be done with him. They said that Shepherds Center did a great job getting him where he's at! Wednesday he met with his Ortho doc regarding his shoulder. Dr. Wright seems to think that he has a torn ligament on the back of his scapula and wants to do some more radiology tests first, but then he's thinking that Adam will need to have a shoulder scope done to see whats going on with his shoulder. The doc said that he could very easily dislocate his shoulder if this ligament was torn...and he said that's pretty painful! Then on Thursday Adam had more PT, OT, and ST. On Friday he met with his eye doctor to make sure his eyes are fine after his accident. They said his eyes looked good, however, he had them dilated, so they will perform a peripheral vision test in a few weeks to make sure that was not affected by the accident.
He spent the majority of the week having Sadie. She was with him everyday but Tuesday this week. We were able to have an early birthday celebration with her and our family and friends this week. She was so stinkin' cute and I know she will be missed by many family and friends while she is away. It's hard on us all, but I know God has bigger plans and He will work it out. It's just too bad that it had to be this way! A few of my best friends were their with their little girls and both of them had been asking for Sadie earlier in the week, those girls had a blast playing in the yard! Friday night we went to Carrie and Brandon Crawford's house for dinner and some fun. We had a great time relaxing and enjoying the evening. Sadie had a wonderful time with their girls, Maddie and Maylee!
And because I'm late on getting this out, on Saturday Adam spent the morning with Sadie and then decided he wanted to relax for the afternoon. We left him to do that and then he spent the evening hanging out with Rodney at his house.
Today Adam got to sleep in and really rest up! He said he slept great! This afternoon he went to Ryan's house and spent some time with him .
Thank you to all our family and friends who made it out to celebrate an early birthday of a very special little girl in our lives. You all have been so wonderful and helpful through this whole process and we appreciate all that you have done for Adam and our family. Another special thank you to Diane, Adam's case manager. She has been absolutely wonderful to work with and fortunately has a great sense of humor! You need that if you are going to work with Adam! He lets everyone know that if he can laugh about this, so can we! Please keep sending those prayers for Adam's continued recovery. Also pray for our Miss Sadie Cakes as she's away from all of her family. We pray that she is safe and continues to know that we love her and miss her. And lastly, please pray for Gemma, she is a fighter and continues to fight for her life at such a young age, but God does work miracles as evidenced in the past 3 months!
Below are some awesome pictures of a wonderful week with Miss Sadie!