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So… Getting a sled to move in the right direction is tricky for any almost four-year-old… But it’s even trickier when you’re working with one hand. So when I plopped Jordan onto a sled yesterday, she ended up riding in an old-school wooden sled that we just let go. No steering, just sliding. She ended up hitting a curb and flew out onto the snow. I ran down to make sure she was okay. And she was giggling and telling me how AWESOME it was to go so fast.
My girl is all about adventure. I love it.

Oh… And by the way. Here’s a funny piece of video of Jordan playing in her new playhouse on Christmas day. I love it.

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  1. Jim Rennix on January 1, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    My daughter and I were having fun checking out your website. Ella is 4 and was born without a hand just like Jordan.

    I’m not sure if you have heard of camp no limits but we wanted to invite you to check out the website. It is a camp for children with limb loss and their families. We have been to 2 camps now and have had a fantastic time. We are working on bringing a camp to the DC/ Phili area and currently there are camps in Maine, California, Idaho, Missouri and Florida. We will attend the camps in Maryland and Maine this year.

    Anyway it’s always nice to see other children like our daughter!

    Jim and Ella

    • NerdyMom on January 1, 2010 at 5:36 pm

      Hi Jim and Ella!! We attended the first Camp No Limits in St. Louis last year! We hope to attend Maine some year. We actually visit Maine every year and hope to plan around a camp. I hope we’ll have a chance to meet up soon!

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