Summer camp started today at our local Y for the pre-school age children. This year they received a grant and are mixing 10 students without disabilities with 10 students who have cerebral palsy for a two week "safari". Of course my little man began asking questions about why someone was there in a wheelchair or what certain equipment was in the room. When I picked him up three hours later he was with two girls who are in wheelchairs and smiling away at them. (Yes, he can be a flirt.) He even played basketball today in a wheelchair. He had so much fun.
Bearing the heat we also had t-ball practice followed by soccer camp. His last t-ball game will be on Saturday when they receive their trophies. So if anyone wants to come cheer him on...hint, hint, hint, you know who you people are, contact me for details. We won't be participating in any sports for the month of August-thank goodness! I need a break, plus that gives me some Saturday sleep-ins. Then we'll begin September with soccer and flag football. I hope he realizes there is no tackling. Soccer camp went really well. The coach from the local high school girls team is running it along with the girls who play.
All in all life is good.