Between work, Purim preparations, appointments and Tehilla not sleeping for reasons unknown, I have not updated the blog recently. But we are all fine and well and revved up for Purim! Last year, Purim was an emotionally difficult time, as it was right before Tehilla's second surgery, her BT shunt. We could not get together with friends and our minds were preoccupied for obvious reasons.
This year, it feels like a breathe of fresh air. Post-Glenn Tehilla is doing well and her days are spent like a normal rambunctious toddler. It's incredible to see the difference. We are going into this holiday completely elated. Having a daughter like Tehilla, really makes every day so vivid.
So, here's a video of Tehilla, the scaredy cat. She is walking, just fooling herself that she is being assisted. The stroller provides no support whatsoever, so she really is walking. She also uses tablecloths to steady her balance, as well as, my pinky. You can see her take a few steps somewhere in the middle.
Also, oznei haman or hamentashen (triangular shaped Purim cookies) are delicious.