Mr.B is (still) keeping me on my toes, you just never really know when he's going to have a gagging/retching episode. I've increased his Motillium since he couldn't get all of his first feed of the day finished yesterday without retching again and again. Then as if to say "ha, I can do this" his next feed went off without much fuss (and the added amount of Motillium beforehand) but then he couldn't tolerate his subsequent feed...I just don't know! It's not like anything with B is straightforward, I get that, but it is incredibly hard to find the issue when sometimes he's good and others not.
|I run a VERY serious household!|
We had friends over this weekend who haven't seen him for a month or so and they commented to me on more than one occasion at how strong he is getting. That is so good to hear because when I see him 24/7 I know he's progressing but have no idea at what pace most days!
|Helping Momma clean the basement!|
|Bob's got nuthin' on this kid!|
|Just hanging out|
I have no idea if and when it will happen but I think it will be great if it does. I know where all the pertinent hospitals are around our destinations and we will be doing things Braeden-style, slow and easy with smiles on our faces! Memories are always better if they are 'made' and it is so important to me to have Torin and Rylan have positive memories of this hard time in our lives. My older sons have gained more life experience in the past year and a half then they maybe should have (not that I would change that) so if I can put a smile on their faces and build lasting memories then I will!
Fingers crossed we get in to see B's GI this week and that Radiation calls for his contrast scan soon (did I mention this kid glows in the dark?)!