Triplet Princes and a Princess

Triplet Princes and a Princess

Our journey to hearing with Cormac while living our life with triplet boys and a baby girl.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

We were finally able to meet up with some friends from Summit Speech School.  The adorable little girl between Cormac and Colin is the same age as Cormac and also has bilateral implants.  It was so nice to see her again and great to catch up with her Mom.  It's nice to talk to someone who really understands and gets it.  No need for explanations. 

The kids has a blast playing together.  They were making a pile out of driftwood.  They were great at teamwork.  Colin thought it was great to see someone else who has implants.  He ran up to my friend and said "she has cochlear implants. My brother has them too".  We got caught in the rain and had to wait it out at Dunkin Donuts.  Their were two kids missing in the above picture.  A total of seven kids and all their names started with the letter "C" except for one whose name started with a "K". (Sounds the same though! LOL)

We now only live very close and will be able to meet lots more.  When Cormac was little I brought him to Summit Speech School on Wednesdays to a group class for infants.  We started with a group of kids and to see how far they have come in 4 years is amazing!  I have said it before but our experience with Summit Speech School from the start was the foundation for Cormac's success.  While Cormac was in group class the parents were able to sit together and learn from each other and professionals who came to speak to us. 

We are looking forward to The Walk 4 Hearing in NYC on Sunday morning.  Again, if you want to join us or make a donation please click here.

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