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Life with a boy and his Hypoplastic Left heart Syndrome, now Heart transplant and partial Liver from Aspergillius. Also, a girl and her Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome, Neuro Endocrine Cell Hypoplasia, Lumbar Hemangioma, asymmetrical gluteal cleft, Pectus Carinatum and two Super Sisters and one yummy baby brother.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Getting better

I wasn't going to post again until I had some pictures. I haven't posted pictures in a really long time. The problem is I haven't had the energies to do much. I am barely squeeking by on minimal house maintainance and a few clients here and there. My visiting teacher took Ry for the afternoon so I snagged a nap with the Gator boy. I was feeling pretty good after that and decided I needed to bust out my camera and get Gator's Birthday pictures done. So we set up a little shoot in his room. I still need to edit and go over everything and there was no energy left after pictures with an almost three year old and making dinner... Which I had to do with windows open so I didn't gag on all the individual ingredients... EWWW... isn't raw chicken sick anyway??? Then add a super sensetive gagger on top of that and it is a bad combo. Raw chicken isn't as bad as raw beef, cause the smell of cow blood just about does me in...*Gag* *choke* *Gag*

BTW- I recently found out that Fruity pebbles go down the same shape and color as they come back up... I thought I was a better chewer than that....


EWWWW>... Enough... Sorry...

Anyway.... I am not complaining... I am just saying...

The weather is better and I think we have just a few storms around the corner. I really should be out working in my garden...
I have these huge plans but I may end up with a lot less, just so I can handle it all.
The grass is perking back up (except for the places I burned when I over fertilized last fall... OOOPPPSIE) but I am going to have a ton of Tulips and Daffodils.
So bring it on...

Gator man is finally on the mend. We ended up at the new PCMC facility for x-rays of his lungs... The only reason we went is because I couldn't get his Sats above 72. He kept dipping. If you remember it wasn't a quick fix either because we sent all our oxygen back and had nothing on hand. Our wonderful pediatrician wanted to see him anyway and in her office he was at 65... Yuck! She wanted to make sure those little lungs were clear. Everything looked great and he did a turn around the next day. I think it was because I stopped giving him the neb treatments which she said may be making him shunt a little.

K- pictures next time... I promise XXXXXX

5 comments:

Emily@Little Forever Family said...

So excited to see the pictures!!! And hopefully you will get feeling better soon!!!

Jenn said...

Three year pictures!?! Wow. What a little stud muffin!! Glad he is feeling better.
I second your decision to go easy on the garden! That can end up being a lot of work!! But, oh so fun to have all the hard earned veggies.
Keep taking care!

likeschocolate said...

I wish I was there to help you. With my second child I lived off of McDonald Hashbrowns and coke. Try coke it is amazing at settling the stomach more so than sprite because it is not so sweet. Ginger is suppose to help too, so you can slice some ginger and make put it in a cup then add hot water=tea. I also nibbled on saltine crackers all day and that helped some what. Hang in there! Hugs and Love from Georgia!

Kaidence's Mommy said...

Oh, I am so tired for you. My house looks nothing like it use to before this pregnancy. Some days I can barley move and yes, your post made me gag. Hope you get that burst o energy soon.......

Melissa said...

Yay for being gaggy! ;)