Where has the time gone since the last post?
We have been wrapping up the end of the school year, celebrating birthdays and anniversaries, splashing in the pool, playing on the sun, celebrating small victories and stumbling amongst minor set backs.
My computer has been on the fritz, so this very much makes working and blogging very difficult.
To sum up the past week, without pictures, as everything is on my computer currently getting "fixed" through my school district, it has been a wild one.
I celebrated my 29th :-) birthday, Matt and I celebrated our 10th anniversary, and we rejoiced in Jake being 2 weeks seizure free.
However, last Thursday, I got "the call."
Jake had a big tc at nap, at school.
My heart sank. I had been praying soo hard that this "good streak" would continue. I literally felt like I had been kicked in the gut.
Then, several minutes later, I got another call....Jake had a 102 fever.
I smiled soooo big!! I was so happy!
Why, you ask? because a high fever could mean that the seizure was a febrile seizure and not the works of the damn beast!
After, skipping gymnastics and running Jake ot the pediatrician, we learned Jake has a sinus infection.
I asked for different antibiotics than he was on a couple weeks ago, as I am certain it was causing seizures and we went on our way.
The fever cleared up and we have been seizure free since then, until today. He had a small one at nap. This time, however, no fever...so this is probably the works of the beast.
Also, as we swam, attended the Colonial golf tournament, and simply just observed Jake , we have noticed a trembling in his hands.
This is very frightening, as this is what I so vividly remember his hands doing all the while he was having drops, and jerks. I fear that they could be coming back!
I refuse to get too worked up, until he finishes his course of antibiotics. Hopefully when he finishes the meds, the twitching will too vanish.
Hopefully, after this week is over, the school year ends, and I get my computer back, I will be able to share some great pictures and even better news!
Fear ends where faith begins.
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