Every day is a trial of patience

My kids are really,  really trying my patience.  Emmett was in a mood already this morning,  however,  upon Elliott arriving home this afternoon the screaming began.

Lizze had two appointments that basically lasted all afternoon. I had all three boys for most of the day and have become a Daddy on the edge.

Emmett either doesn’t or can’t listen,  I’m not sure which.  Elliott really struggles with Emmett and the combination of the two is quite volatile. Gavin on the other hand,  has been very well behaved and actually quite helpful.

I can’t wait for the day to be over,  the kids to be in bed and all the work I need to get done tonight is finished.

I’m trying to make arrangements for this week with Emmett because we are going to be out of town several times with Gavin. I remembered a little bit ago that Gavin has his antibody infusion on Friday.

My head is pounding and if I was a drinker,  which I’m not,  I’d be lining them up tonight.

**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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What is an antibody infusion????



Gavin does not have an immune system. We actually found out about 1 year ago as I think this will be his 12th infusion.

Anyway, as Gavin doesn\’t have his own immune system, he has to receive donor antibodies every month for the rest of his life…