busy, adjective: busy; comparative adjective: busier; superlative adjective: busiest
1. Having a great deal to do.
1.1 Occupied with or concentrating on a particular activity or object of attention.
1.2 (of a time or place) full of activity.
Oxford Dictionary – Busy
To say last week was busy is an understatement!
First day back to work after a week long vacation. 300+ emails to catch up on, meetings and M’s ABA session at my mom’s house. Continue reading “Busy Week”
Well … we went back to GI yesterday. M had to stop taking the reflux medication as it was causing her stomach cramps and making her miserable. BUT … I removed apple from her diet … and she’s almost stopped spitting up!
She still has ‘wet burps’ that she finds funny to hold in her mouth. I know … EWWW. But you try to convince a 3.5 year old to swallow when they don’t want to! This has now been an added statement during ABA … Swallow please.
Continue reading “Back to GI”
I received a call today. Currently, M is transported to school on a special needs bus that has a chair lift and lifts her stroller into the bus (like a wheelchair) and that is her seat on the bus. Well, the bus coordinator would like to know if we can switch M to a seat (with a safety harness).
Wow … I did not see this coming.
Continue reading “Ride the bus?”
We had our GI doctor’s appointment today at Children’s Hospital. And we met R2D2 … more about that in a moment! First, the doctor visit.
Unfortunately, no real answers. We are going to start ‘over’ with trying things we tried years ago … maybe now they will work. But we have to go through the list one-by-one. Starting with Reflux medication – – which the drug store didn’t have available. Hmm … Continue reading “We met R2D2”