Thursday, April 29, 2010

In Which Connor Has A Quiet Day

Connor had a pretty good day today-- he got to finger-paint at school, which is always fun.  Jeremy picked the little guy up because I had a doctor's appointment to have my Primary Care Manager fill out some paperwork for the adoption.  The doctor concluded that I was not, in fact, about to keel over at any second, and gave her stamp of approval.  That's one form down, 8,000 more to go!  Okay, that might be a slight exaggeration. 

But not by much.

I spent a good portion of this afternoon filling out yet more paperwork at the house, while Connor played quietly with his toys.  Then as a reward for being so good, he and I went into his room and he got to swing for a good twenty minutes or so.  He was thrilled-- that swing is so wonderful for him!  Then we played ball for a while.  So all in all it was a pretty happy day.  We spoke with the neurologist as well and modified Connor's medication. 

Hopefully that will do the trick; keep your fingers crossed for us!



Mary said...

Fingers AND toes are crossed for an effective dosage. He looks ridiculously cute in that swing. He sort of looks ridiculously cute all the time though.

leah said...

That swing is awesome! Sending prayers that the new medication dosage will prevent any new seizures.

Good luck with the adoption paperwork!

Julia O'C said...

Yeah, I have to agree with what Mary said about Connor being ridiculously cute. I just want to squeeze him (which I know would make him hate me and start frantically signing, "Get the crazy lady off of me," but he just looks so squeezable!).

Well, hooray for quiet, seizure-free days. Let's hope this starts a trend.

Wherever HE Leads We'll Go said...

Love the swing! He is such a cutie! Praying the med changes do the trick. No more seizures!

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