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Good luck this week with all you have to do!
Thanks again. I didn't sleep last night, I was watching her temp. and when it was 100, I woke her up and gave her Tylenol. Then she was up until 5:30 and DH got up and was able to get her back to sleep and he stayed with her in the other room until 11:00 am. We do co-sleep! She has her own room, but it just toy and clothes storage for now. She has a temp. again today so I am keeping a close eye on her. Thank you so much for the support!!!!
That is so so great, I am sure you are on top of the world. Yeah Conner!!!
Thank you so much, you are always so sweet (all of you in SN Parents). I am going to be watching over her like a hawk all night. I am so exhausted but she seems like herself, so that is a relief. I didn't feel like I did well, I reacted fast, but when I was holding her I was saying "Please stop, please stop" and saying to DH that I was scared and that I couldn't handle it, over and over. I was distraught because it seemed almost like an out of body experience. I felt...
Early this morning DD had a seizure. It frightened me so much. She has never had a seizure that we have been aware of, and I wasn't sure what to do. She had woke up around 4am and was just sitting up in bed, so I held her and then we went to the kitchen and I gave her a drink of water, she felt warm so I took her temp, and it was 100 F. I didn't think much of that because she didn't have any other symptoms and also has had a slight cold, I thought it was because of that....
Wow, that guy was SO out of line. I am sure he realized before you were able to get to your daughter, that you wanted her to stop, he should have told her to wait for you and waited with her until you were able to get to her, if he was so concerned. My Mom never cared if we were out in public, if we did something like that she would yell at as right there, and pity the fool that tried to say something to her about it. Even though DD is non verbal and doesn't walk...
: We live in an older established neighborhood, DH is a professional with a Masters Degree, I have my B.A....it doesn't matter, many of the EI people we have met think they know better. I also give off a "don't mess with me vibe" but nothing stopped them. Both were in their 50's, and in fact the two young women that we had coming to the house as infant development specialists were amazing, just fantastic. I miss them more than anything, and they were the one great thing...
I am sooo glad we are out of EI. Our contact person would say things to me like "you need to child proof your house" before DD was even crawling, and it was none of her business. She would say that I needed to talk to DD more and then she would talk. Umm, o.k. she is now 3.5 and still not talking. A lot of comments like that, that if I would just do more DD would be fine. Every time I met with her she would have yet a new diagnosis for DD, even though she isn't a nurse or...
So know how you feel. I go through huge depressions, then feel a little better, and back to depression. The worst was when DD WAS diagnosed, and then we were told she was misdiagnosed and back to square one. For the big month or so that we thought we had "the answer", my Mother and one of my friends behaved as though "you got what you wanted and now everything is fine" and that just made it worse. I hope that this is a place where you can come and feel better,...
I feel so much like this...worried so. I was just telling DH about ST today with DD and how weird another Mom was. Her son was very, very interested in DD's walker, and kept asking his Mom why DD had one, and finally she said, she needed it to help her walk (she seemed super uncomfortable and would NOT look at me or DD) and then he said "I WANT ONE!" (which is funny), and she said "You don't need one, you can walk". Whatever lady...totally pissed me off. So far the...
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