Thank you, dear lady, for viewing my pics and my goodie! He is our miracle baby and was only given less than 5% chance of survival at 18 weeks. A different technician did his ultrasound at 18 weeks and she did a measurement that the office does not normally do and found cervical abnormality in mama. Without the measurement we would never have known and we would have lost him. After mama had a little surgery he was given 50% chance of survival. After 20 weeks on bedrest, many prayers offered up and answered, Michael Andrew was born c-section at a whopping 8 lb 10 oz and normal in every way! Been living with them since Nov and leave in morning. Gonna miss them all!
I forgot to mention in my note...the theory test is like the written test we have to take in the US...but sometimes it is not only about the exact rules but more what the best thing to do in a given situation. It forces me to think like a Norwegian. If an American had to turn left across a lane of busy traffic everyone would have to wait for them right? Here the right answer would be to think about just going on until the next turn if you are going to be in other peoples way!
It is about 20 F...which is not actually that cold except my kitchen doesn't have heat (it is a small kitchen next to a heated room) so my feet get super cold when I am in there. The bedrooms are not heated either but that is fairly normal here...only one place in four that I have lived in Norway had heat in the bedrooms. Heck...the babies and children nap outside all year round, every day...I kid you not!