There was a lady that stared for a very long time at Karsie's little setup here. We fashioned a little venting device with the syringe. It hangs from the car seat and the food goes into the top. The venting helps Karsie get out gas that builds up. It's definitely not something you see everyday.
In front of the duck pond. We learned lots of facts on ducks here. Maybe one day you'll hear us talking about them randomly.
In case yesterday's post was a bit cryptic, Karsie is out of the hospital and home with her family. Although judging by the comments it seems it was understood. We had a hard time keeping it from everyone including the blog as Michelle really wanted to surprise her mom and dad. Reva would say from time to time that she was hoping that Karsie would just be there one day. We found out late last week that Karsie would most likely come home on the 9th. So we really had to work to make things seem pretty ho hum during that time. Even before that we could tell it was coming as Karsie was doing so well. Needless to say, we feel better not having to tip toe around the subject. The blog was especially hard since it's whole purpose is that very subject we were trying to tip toe around. It was tough but totally worth it when Michelle's parents walked in and saw us holding her.