Monthly Archives: November 2013

Day 11&12

Happy Thanksgiving!  Today was a good day, Katie seemed to enjoy not going anywhere and relaxing. We worked on plants and she stayed focused on the reading and BrainPop video. I haven’t figured out the best place to use her … Continue reading

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Day 9 and 10

Day 9 started out good, we had a late start, and headed to Children’s for some arts and crafts . She had a lot of fun painting, as you can tell.     Then she just started to cry  and … Continue reading

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Day 8

Yucky, yucky day. The weather is bitter. Cold and wet. Katelin slipped on the step coming out of the hotel van and cried for over two hours. Meanwhile, most of that was IN TARGET as I tried to get a … Continue reading

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Day 7

I’m tired as I write this and it’s only 6:50 at night. So much of importance happened today. First, it appears Katelin has regained her appetite, and along with it some behavior surrounding hunger. I am disappointed with this as … Continue reading

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Day 6

I am laying here next to a giggling girl, one who has just laughed and laughed for days now. Today is a winding down day for us, and boy could we use it! The day started out with a big … Continue reading

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Day 5

The good thing about today, no EEG, the bad thing 4 blood draws. They put a catheter in, but it failed on the last draw and it took two more sticks to get the blood they needed. My girl had … Continue reading

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Day 4

We’re both getting tired of my girl getting all this done to her, but trying to stay strong. Katelin has been super through it all. But she did use her Tobii to tell Lata yesterday “hurt my feelings”, “mean” as … Continue reading

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