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?”
Sigh – verb – To emit a long, deep, audible breath expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or a similar feeling.
I didn’t realize how much I was hoping the reflux medication would help M. But, it doesn’t seem as though that was the answer.
We started the medication last Friday night (so 5 full days of the medication so far), but Continue reading “Sigh…”
OK … it’s such a fun subject to discuss … right?
Well … this is our life. Everyday!
M has had vomiting issues since she was a baby. We would have to change her outfit 6+ times a day due to her spitting up … the doctor just thought she was a “Happy Spitter” … do you realize that is a real thing? A Happy Spitter? Yeah, a surprise to me too. They kept telling us she would outgrow it. Hmm … still waiting!
Continue reading “Let’s talk vomit”
I am going to (once again) try blogging. What about you ask? Well … about being imperfectly perfect!
My little one has various medical issues, including autism and a chromosome deletion. Part of her 13th chromosome is missing – and of course, this causes issues.
BUT … even with everything she goes through … to me, she is PERFECT!
So, I’m going to work on documenting my life with M! The challenges we face. The celebrations we have. And, of course, the life of a 3-year old Chromo Cutie.
Hope you enjoy. And I hope I remember to post!
Mom of a Chromo Cutie.