This is Dr. Jacques D'Astous playing his violin. He, too, adores Ammon and he is Ammon's chief doctor. I just found out that he specializes in a particular issue with scoliosis and is one of the only ones in the world that does this. He had patients there from Austrailia and Canada this past week. He is just as sweet and kind as Dr. Santora. We couldn't have found an better doctors anywhere. He calls Ammon his "little man."
Here is Ammon playing his Kazoo with the doctors.
The concert is in full swing here. It was so much fun!
The nurse by Ammon was crying as she watched Ammon's face and saw what fun he was having.
Ammon spent part of his afternoon playing Sorry and other games with another little friend, Cheynne from Sheridan, WY. She has two more weeks to go. She is one of the most outgoing little girls I've ever met. She has to be there alone because her parents only come on the weekends. I'm quite sure she cried after we left. She is a wonderful young girl who is Ammon's age.
We can't believe how good we were in counting the paper chains. If we had come home tomorrow, we would have hit it perfectly!