LIVING

With EoE, Allergies, Asthma and a G-Tube

Sledding

We finally had a day in the 30’s so Nathan took the boys sledding.

So glad I didn’t go I would have had a heart attack.

He took them to a local park, new to us.

The main hill didn’t look that bad. IMG_00000067Nathan said Charlie jumped right on his sled standing and went down. IMG_00000068IMG_00000069That’s him in the distance wearing green.

IMG_00000070Apparently it’s fun to take your couch along??

IMG_00000071Long walk up. I see this as early bedtime.

Then they found a “better” spot.

Charlie

Charlie

Gage

Gage

They were really catching some air

Charlie

Charlie

Gage

Gage

Charlie

Charlie

Gage

Gage

As Nathan keeps texting me these pictures I’m having a heart attack. Trees, narrow path, ramp at the end, all add up to disaster. Luckily they walked away unscathed. The final trip down Charlie landed a bit too hard and jarred his back a little. They called it quits then. Gage cracked his sled which was a bummer because we had bought the “good ones”. The boys were pretty excited though because they could catch more air than the bigger boys going down that spot.

The cold didn’t effect anyone’s asthma. Gage wore his Benik belt for tubie protection. Fun day!

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January 4, 2014 - Posted by | daily life, LIVING | , , , ,

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