Ryan is scheduled to graduate June 17th from his current training phase. Jeff and I had planned to try to fly down for the big event but Ryan had a different idea.
He gets 10 days leave and will be coming home the day he graduates. He wants a big airport welcome!
He didn't want us to come to graduation because the milit*ry is flying him home and he was afraid he would arrive in Boston before we did.
So...we are not watching his graduation. We are planning a red, white and blue celebration at the airport next Thursday night! We can't wait to see him! The little kids ask about him all the time and miss him so much.
I don't know any details about the actual date he leaves for Korea, but we know that he will only be home for 10 days. He will find out where he needs to report when they think he needs to know. ha.
My goal is to have the new house looking unpacked and relaxing by the time he gets here. That will be challenging, but hopefully do-able. The kids are still in school all next week, so I continue to drive them 20 min. across town morning and afternoon. Thankfully, SaraGrace's kindergarten class is done tomorrow. This past week, I have just stayed on that side of town, gone over to the other house and continued packing and cleaning everything until her bus drops her off around noon.
Then home to unpack...then back to school at 3...then to the doctor...then home.
Yes...the doctor. Like we really needed that?! One was just a routine check-up but today, Kate had to be seen for yet ANOTHER case of cellulitis. UGH. This time we caught it really early, but the doctor wants to wait for the culture to be completed before she gives any meds. There is no way I am going to wait beyond tomorrow afternoon for results. I really don't want Kate to land back in the hospital. Anyone have any tips on keeping a kid from scratching her mosquito bites or healing scabs?