"Do you see any bunnies out there, Sedona?"
We didn't get to go outside for photos today because it was too windy. Very sunny, but the March wind would create major bad hair day photos and Hannah doesn't like the wind in her eyes. So... I settled for taking some shots in front of the storm door that let in some light. I'm diggin' the photo above. I used an action from Pioneer Woman set 2 called Seventies that gives it a warm faded look.
We go to a speciality dermatologist that our international adoption physican called "the hemangioma queen." We'll see what she has to say about Hannah's hemangiomas. Some are looking looking good and have faded, and I doubt they'll need treated and will continue to shrink and fade on their own. I'm concerned about one because it's large and looks and feels like it has some internal involvement. Lasers and/or steroid injections are sometimes used to treat hemangiomas. Because Hannah has a few, she's at greater risk for interal ones on places like the brain and liver. I'm not really worried about that, but if the "hemangioma queen" thinks an MRI is necessary, we'll do it.