Tuesday, February 24, 2009

How to Keep Track of So Many Dates.....

I had to spend most of the day recapping the intricate details of my children's hearing/non-hearing lives. We are preparing for the potential due process hearing, and I was asked to put together timelines for each of the children- when they lost their hearing, when they received their hearing aids/implants, etc. You would think it would all be imprinted on my brain- and the information would be readily available. But, I think with all of the many dates, multiplied by four, some of the details become a bit fuzzy.

It was a task well-worth doing, and now I have it all in print :)

6 comments:

Val said...

haha, I was actually in front of about 60 folks giving a presentation and had to stop and think...then correct myself when referring to what age Gage was when he got his ci....? Crazy. But we have so much going on now like you guys that our brain has to file away things we aren't using to make room for more info. I tell people that the first thing I filed was my weight, my age, and other things that used to be important info.

Loudest Mom said...

You know the one that stumped me was how old Trey was when he got his implant (and he got his recently....)

I'm glad to know I'm not alone :)

Mandie said...

I only have two kids and not nearly as many aided years as you and I can't keep up! I really should write it down.

leah said...

I don't know how you do it with four! I can't keep track of ONE kid's appointments with hearing aids, lol. You must have a superbrain!

Loudest Mom said...

Leah- I am definitely going to save your comment so I can show my family that someone thinks I have a superbrain- HA!

Rachat de credit said...

Thanks it has been a wonderful guide, now to keep track of so many dates..... is without a doubt very easy utilizing your tips. Thank you