Mystery Solved

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I guess stating that the mystery solved is probably not entirely accurate.  It’s more like, part of the mystery is solved, maybe.

I’ve been trying to figure out what’s been going on with Emmett, especially today. 

While I don’t believe that it’s any one thing, I do believe that he’s getting sick. I can hear it in his voice.  I don’t yet know if he’s getting sick sick or hitting another fever flare.

Either way, I feel very comfortable saying that this clearly has an impact on his overall demeanor.

I hope whatever he’s going through passes quickly, for his sake and ours as well. 

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So can you figure out what's up with my kid? He punched me right in the nose yesterday. I was in his face, but still. His been getting progressively worse over the lat three weeks. Defiant, aggressive, crying, but also happy, loving and laughing. I HATE not understanding.


@Mary Franzen Costello that sounds like mood swings. Has he been checkedfor depressio?

Mary Franzen Costello
Mary Franzen Costello

He hasn’t. I’m going to bring it up at the dr tomorrow. Not sure how they’ll diagnose in him. I do know Prozac has been in the cocktail mix for people with Down syndrome, but it scares me for a nine year old.