We’ve been trying out all sorts of different chairs around here for Nathan.
It sorta feels like he’s Goldy Locks.
This one is too small and tippy.
This one is too hard and knocks his noggin.
This one appears to be just right.
Once we take this chair to his Physical Therapist she’ll adjust it to fit him exactly right. It’s a Kaye Kinder activity chair. This is the contraption that not only teaches him how to properly sit and play with things on the tray, but it contains him too. The baby flinging that he’s been up to lately makes me mistrust him a little bit more.
And, the best feature in my opinion is that Mac wants to play with him while he’s in these chairs. Now granted he’s very bossy and quick and loud and does everything a therapist would tell you to not do to Nathan but who cares? They’re playing! I can’t get in the way of this relationship.
So Jesus said to Peter, “Put the sword into the sheath; the cup which the Father has given Me, shall I not drink it.” – John 18:11
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