Tuesday, August 18, 2009

First round of treatments at Primary Children's

We took Seth down to Primary Children's hospital to do treatment with his Autism. As we got there he found a very special someone waiting for him. He ran up to him and squealed,
He was pretty excited to have seen him, but we wont tell him it was only a statue.
After the treatments and counseling with the doctor, we let Seth play in the water fountain. It had been a long day and Seth had cooperated very nicely with everything the doctor had asked him to do.

These fountains are way neat. We are putting in a pond and some fountains in our back yard for Seth and we are thinking something along this design might be what we will do.

At this point in time, rush hour traffic was emerging and we didn't want to hit it so we needed to kill some time. Seth was very calm and behaving so well, we stopped at Temple square and walked around for an hour. Seth loved this statue and kept starting in awe at him and at the walls around him pointing out the earth, clouds, and moon.

By this time, we all were getting a bit hungry and stopped off for a bite to eat. Seth was amazing at the restaurant, eating all his food and not once running around. Now we only have to repeat this trip once a month for a while, only I think we are going to have to find some other sites to check out. We loved temple square, but Seth can only handle so much of a good thing. Any idea's, please comment to let us know of any.


Kate said...

I'm glad Seth did so good at his first Session! I hope he continues to enjoy it. I don't know of any really great places down that way but if I think of something I will definately let you know!

Josh and Kandice said...

Hey Laci, I hope these treatments go well for your cute little boy! Some things to kill time downtown...Temple Square is always a good one, if the weather is good there is a little water fountain playground in Liberty Park which is on 7th East and 1300 South. It's called the 7 canyons or something that has little stream for the 7 canyons of the salt lake valley that drain into the great salt lake or something. There's also a really cool playground in there. You have to walk into the park and it's by the carnival rides, there's a merri-go-round and some swings. If you drive around the parking lot in the park, there's another parking lot about half way in that if you park there it will take you right to the water fountain. There's also the Tracy Aviary in there that has a lot of birds to see, not sure of the price to get in. Also, there's the childrens museum at the Gateway. It's down by the Energy Solutions Arena, not sure of the address, I think it's down toward the south end of the Gateway. If I think of anything else you guys could go do I'll let ya know.

Vicki said...

Hey chuck E Cheese is always a good place they have a new one in Layton, We also love the dinosaur museum in ogden. Hope all goes well sounds like he's doing good.