Well, Ariel still has not scheduled an appointment with the neurologist or the follow-up visit with the general practioner. She continues to have episodes pretty much every day. She said she can feel it coming on for an hour beforehand. It sounds horrible. Sometimes I find her very frustrating.
We had a good weekend. A friend came to visit from out of town so I had a few of our mutual friends over for dinner. We stayed up late and I drank too much. It was totally unplanned, but we had a great time! We let Aiden stay up since our friends had their daughters with them (3 and 8 years old). Both girls fell asleep on the couch while watching a movie. Aiden was sitting straight up, eyes wide open, refusing to fall asleep. When everyone left and it was time for him to go to bed, he still fought us. I swear, that kid would never sleep if it was up to him.
Sunday we went over to the Yeager's house for dinner. Aiden and Luke had a dance party towards the end of the night. I had turned on music before everyone came on Saturday and he showed me his break dancing moves for the first time. I had no idea he liked to dance like that! In the past, he has pretty much refused to dance for us. That's why we put him in the dance class at his daycare. I guess it opened him up to getting his groove on because he chose to dance on his own. The funny part is he and Luke have very similar moves. It was so cute. They really enjoyed dancing to this music (it really is very catchy):