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Category Archives: Sniffles & Seizures
What is your “go to” activity when you are running a fever and have an awful cough? My activity, if you can call it an activity, is to lay in bed and alternate between reading a book and napping. Sometimes … Continue reading
Mid winter break started out with Carter’s hacking cough turning into a low grade fever. It only stuck around for a day but that day was long enough for him to pass it on to Cody. As some of you … Continue reading
At 11:16 this morning there was a storm in our living room. Unlike a typical electrical storm where lightening is first seen and then the thunder rattles around, the type of storm that occurred in our living room had thunder … Continue reading
The neurodevelopment appointment led to an orthopedic appointment. This is happening today. There will be talk of surgery involving Cody’s Achilles tendon. Hopefully a very-in-the-future surgery. The neurology appointment led to scary conversations about epilepsy (we found out they stop … Continue reading
Cody found the Neurodevelopment doctors appointment to be very, very, boring. Carter loved the (free and volunteer run) sibling playroom at the hospital and it was so much easier for us to engage with the doctor having just Cody with … Continue reading
July. It is that time of year again when the appointments I made months ago rear their ugly heads on the kitchen calendar (yes, I am old school and still use a wall calendar for keeping track of my life.) … Continue reading
It has been just shy of eight months. During that time he has had two bouts of fever. Each time we crossed our fingers and watched him like a hawk while alternating acetaminophen and ibuprofen like it was candy. Both … Continue reading
I have been dreading this day since I was ten years old. I distinctly remember the conversation and have played it over and over in my head. I don’t know why I found it so disturbing or why it has hung … Continue reading
Please excuse my lack of blogging these past many days, but we are in the process of trying not to die. If we were living in the 14th century (nevermind you would not be reading this on your computer or … Continue reading
Fevers, aches, and seizures this weekend. I don’t have it in me to type about it – perhaps tomorrow when I am not feeling so ill. At least the boys are on the mend.