Allie finished KKI two Wednesdays ago and, aside from all of us being completely burned out, we are thrilled with how it went. She met almost all of her OT and PT goals and (most importantly) she seems a lot more comfortable and confident using Righty in everyday activities. I'll share her final evaluation as soon as we get it. We are pleased.
Here is an example of her just using Righty without any prompting.
Since KKI, we've been taking it easy and getting back into the swing of normal life. We've been reading lots of books. Her favorite is Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Here she is reading us part of the story.
We've been having lots of playdates with her friends from school and some even involve train rides...
We're also getting ready for her baby brother's arrival. We're only a month out now and Allie took her big sister training class today at the hospital we're delivering at. She was pretty into it. She especially liked rocking the baby and singing him her hybrid lullaby: "Rock-a-bye baby on the tree top... ashes ashes, we all fall down" and then she'd drop him. I guess we have some work to do.