Saturday, May 24, 2008
Around 100 days or so until we get to see our little one! She is growing and kicking. Baby is measuring farther along, but I think that it is because I am getting extra huge this time. :-) Isn't it a pretty day today? Sey and I went outside, and the sun felt wonderful on my back. Sey is taking a nap and I should be making dinner, but that means I will have to get up and walk. I think I will sit here a little longer and mess with some pictures. ;-)
Saturday, May 17, 2008
On Wed, May 14, Selah went to see the ped. neurologist in Portland. He said that he wants her to stay on the medication for a while longer. Her seizures were out of the usual for the typical febrile seizures. He is hoping she will just grow out of them. He did decrease her med to 1 1/2 teaspoons a day instead of twice a day. He also ordered us some suppository rescue meds in case she has another seizure that lasts longer than 5 min. She is to go back to Portland to see him in 3 months. (That will be a fun trip. I will be 8 1/2 months pregnant!) He then wants us back 3 months after that, and at that time they may do an MRI. Thank you for your prayers. Now please pray my back/hips/right leg will cooperate. The night before Mother's day it started hurting. It is still difficult to walk. We did go to Seaside and hit a bunch of towns on the way home from Portland. We stayed the night in Lincoln City. We did have fun even though I am slower than a snail and waddle like a duck. Sey had a blast, and Mason is awesome. He helps so much.
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Our little one was not cooperating with the ultrasound tech. She let us see she is a girl, but she kept a hand in front of her face most of the time. I am happy that we got this pic of her sweet little face. It was cool that I could feel her move and watch what part of her body was thumping me. She is upside down. Mason asked Sey, "Can you say 'Sister'?" She immediately said perfectly, "Sister." Beautiful girl
Monday, May 5, 2008
Thursday, May 1, 2008
We started to step up the potty training yesterday. Her bottom half was bare all morning until her nap. We stayed either in the kitchen or bathroom. She had many pee pee puddles and 2 poo poo plops on the floor, but after she got up from her nap she was telling me when she needed to go pee! We had a great evening in dry pull ups! This morning she was bare as in the second picture, and she did not have one accident! When she gets up from her nap, we will do the pull ups thing. It will be interesting to see how long it takes to get her to go poo poo in the potty. She does not have many distractions here so who knows how she will do when we go somewhere, but I am glad I have tomorrow and Saturday to stay home to keep on her.
Also, I almost forgot to update that Selah has an appointment with Dr. Roberts a pediatric neurologist at Doernbecher in Portland on May 14.