At about 3:30 Addison too joined us.
At this time I rolled over to check the district website to see if they had yet updated the site as to whether or not we wold need to strap on our ice skates to get to school.
There was still no update.
I turn the phone off, settle back in to the warm bed, get nestled among my family and...
I hear it.
Matt and I both huddle over him at the same time and here begins another tc. I actually have my wits about me to tell
Matt to turn him onhis side. I then observe. This one does not look like it had the intensity of the many that started us on this journey. However, it seemed to go pretty long.
Since Addison was in our bed, she obviously witnessed the entire thing. When she heard the gasp, the first thing out of her mouth was "Jake cry, Come on just cry." She knows when he starts to cry it is over.
She then continued to talk to him and try to coax him back to consciousness, while rubbing his leg.
I sincerely get sick to my stomach as I think about darn seizures. But, if Jake is going to fight these demons, this is exactly how I want him to do it....as a Family, all together.
"In family life, love is the oil that eases the friction, the cement that binds us closer, and the music that brings us harmony."
God Bless~ Christine