That's all I can think about right now. I have to keep reminding myself that it is the middle of April. We had two soccer games today (and t-ball that we had to miss due to conflicting schedules). The morning game- kind of sunny, and mid-forties. No big deal. But by the time Em's game rolled around, the wind had kicked up and it was very overcast. And- 38 degrees. Big difference. We drove home through snow showers and hail.
We also REALLY need to figure out a way to keep her cochlear implant on her head. She had it go flying off at least three times. And, managed to lose the ear hook, which meant while the ball was still in play, she was searching through the grass. She managed to find it, but it took a few minutes. Meanwhile, the forward had managed to blow past her, and almost scored. Let's just say there were a couple of teammates who were not happy...... It's a huge aggravation to Em.
I think we will try a huggy, PLUS a sweatband. Other than a staple gun I'm just not sure what else to use. A ski hat might work, especially in this kind of weather, but during the summer (when we actually have sun, and it gets a bit warmer), she'd be really sweaty. Delaney solves the problem by wearing her hearing aid only (which stays on quite a bit better), but Emily doesn't have that option. So, we'll be experimenting over the next four games.
Huggy vs. ear mold
Sweatband vs. ski hat
I'll keep you posted......