I had to consult with my nurse sister, on how to rework Kerstin's feeding schedule so that she wouldn't miss the amount the she would have gotten overnight. Turned out to be easier than I anticipated. Not having to travel with the pump and pole, along with Pediasure, syringes, bags, and extension sets that we already had to carry. The boluses turned out to be pretty easy, the adjustments were too.
So many animals to see, so many people! It is my hope that one day soon, people will realize that people with disabilities are ever present and they enjoy doing things just like everyone else. I say that because we constantly came across people that were seemingly unaware or just didn't care that there was a child using a wheelchair, trying to enjoy the aquarium just like they were.
First stop, the Dolphin Tale show, we couldn't take pictures or videos! The show was beautiful!! Kerstin didn't take her eyes away from the pool area where the dolphins and trainers performed. On to the next attractions. Tank after tank, we saw beautiful fish, otters, whales and sharks. She was worn out but, she had a great time! Here are a few pictures we'd like to share.
|Georgia Aquarium, Kerstin is on her way!|
|On our way in, an employee on break took our picture!|
|She loves the Belugas!|
|C O U S I N S|
|She got to see divers in action.|
|Got to see an interesting parade through the lobby.|
|Until next time...|