Then she just started to cry and cry. So, off to the ER. Which went surprisingly fast.Best guess a wrenched back. Her behavior was off the charts for the first time in a long time. Throwing things and being aggressive. Sigh. My poor girl. I pretty much want to forget this day. I’m still trying to remember to film when and what I can, but it’s hard during these times.
Oh, this day was not looking good. Started the day with breakfast against the wall. But at least the sun was shining. Off to Children’s, they have a salon and I’m hoping for a haircut. No such luck, closed for the holiday, but the library is open, so we sneak in for awhile, until Katie starts screaming. I’m hoping lunch will do the trick. It does after awhile, but getting to that point was ugly! I’m giving her Tylenol/Motrin and Zantac since I’m sure it’s bothering her tummy and she’s still crying “help mommy help”. It breaks my heart.
Today the Children’s Museum is having Santa! Santa is Katie’s favorite person after Fox. There were a couple of glitches, but we got there and she had fun! Santa was a big hit. We asked for a cure and Dr. Seuss books.
Clearly 4pm is her limit right now, but overall it was a better day.
two things, it’s very odd to hear a Santa with a southern drawl and I found two more cows!
It’s hard to notice any benefits or new things, but absolutely her verbalizations are increasing and I’m pretty sure her right hand usually drops away when shes using a utensil.
I also think there is an increased sensitivity to stimulation. I wonder, if she’s on the medicine, and the synapsis are working better if this is causing a flood of information she is unprepared for.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!