Last Friday I took Harrison in to get his 12 month vaccinations. I was a little discouraged in the beginning because with the military they made it so difficult to find out who was his pediatrician. But once we got it figured out it was great. Everything is taken care of and everything is covered. So even when they suggested that they do some lab work to make sure he didn't have any lead poisoning it was all completely covered. There may be some downsides to being in the military but the medical benefits are definitely not one of them. But Harrison was a trooper, he got four shots and blood drawn. It was a rough 10 minutes but when it was all over he was ready to play again.
As much fun as San Antonio is both Porter and I are ready to get to DC. Porter's ready to be done with school and have a normal work day without having to get up at 4:30am and I'm ready to have a home again. I know it sounds materialistic but I'm ready to have my things again. A kitchen that includes more than $1 plastic plates and cups from Wal-Mart and our tv and a couch!! I'm sure it'll be like Christmas seeing all of our stuff again, they've been in storage since January.