Happy Halloween, everyone!
Well, I spoke too soon yesterday on the seizure front, I'm afraid. Connor had a pretty good morning, and then late in the afternoon he had his first seizure in two weeks, which is when I discovered he was running a 101 degree temperature. He had two more seizures before the Tylenol brought his fever down enough to get them stopped. Other than the temperature and saying that he was tired he didn't seem out of sorts, though. He spent a good portion of the afternoon sleeping, so maybe his body is coping with the fever that way. I'll keep an eye on him tomorrow and make sure his temperature doesn't get any higher. Since he doesn't have any other symptoms right now, I'm wondering if maybe he's got a bit of an infection going-- maybe a UTI. We'll just have to see.
Once the Tylenol kicked in he seemed to perk up, and by the time Jeremy got home he was feeling pretty good, so Jer took the little guy out for just a bit of trick-or-treating. Connor was a yeti again this year; he got so excited about that costume when I took it out that I figured he could just wear it again this year. So while the boys were out I stayed home and passed out candy. We had a slim crop of trick-or-treaters this year, possibly because it was pretty cold outside. There were quite a few teenagers who came to the door; I'm hoping that next year Ellen will be home and able to try out trick-or-treating for the first time!
My sister left today and I miss her already. It was lovely having her here; I wish we had the chance to get together more often. While I absolutely love living up here in the Pacific Northwest, it is difficult having most of our family 2100 miles away in Texas. I guess I just have to convince them all to move up this way!
Anyway, hopefully the little guy will be feeling better tomorrow. I'll be spending that day helping him out with the vast majority of his Halloween candy, which he can't eat. It's a horrible job, but somebody's got to do it.
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