At 1:58 p.m., A informed me that exactly one year has passed since we freaked out on the awful receptionist* at our pediatrician’s office and took E to Colorado Children’s Hospital for infantile spasms. What a mixed year it has been. E still hasn’t had a normal EEG. We have to wait until our … More One Year Out
Baby, Baby Top News Story: Last night Baby E. slept through the whole night. I can barely type that sentence without flinging over the laptop in joy. Do you know what it’s like to sleep through a whole night after a month of hour-on/hour-off nights? (To specify: Baby E wouldn’t sleep except in our arms. … More A deep breath of ultimate breathiness (breathe from the diaphragm, Marilyn)
Argh Very, very, very, very difficult to listen to (certain) people whine about their (correctable by use of self-awareness) problems right now. It makes me want to walk out of the room and go home and snuggle with Baby E. As I can’t do that right now, I hope I look very suave as I … More Once again, you think it’s all about YOU.
SO, BABY Baby E. has infantile spasms/West Syndrome. This is one of those diagnoses where, after hearing it, every nurse or doctor who enters your hospital room will say, “I’m so sorry.” It’s like we’re being repeatedly Tenth-Doctored (instead of rickrolled. Weird). All my info is what i rememeber from doctors at Children’s Hospital in … More Boy howdy, is parenthood no longer anything like my FB feed
Stuff That quote is from one of the writing podcasts I’m catching up on, taken completely out of context. Keeping on. Drinking some Numi Emperor’s Pu-erh tea. Funny what some people describe (universally) as “malty” I taste and smell as “mulchy.” Although the more often I drink it, the more the malty/mulchy tastes like a … More “New and different bad things happen to you at every stage.”