I’m not gonna lie. I’m in edge right now because Gavin’s infusion was supposed to have been started and finished by now. Unfortunately, we still don’t even have the meds yet or any indication as to when they are going to arrive today.
There’s a side of me that’s really irrational at this point. That side is saying, the meds were supposed to be here yesterday and they weren’t. Now they’re supposed to be here today. What’s to say that the same thing isn’t going to happen again?
In the grand scheme of things, is it really going to matter if his IVIG infusion is later today? Probably not…..
That said, when you have a child with fragile health, these types of situations feel unacceptable. I mean, I understand that things happen and deliveries can be late. As a parent, I worry about everything and with good reason.
Being able to give Gavin his infusions on time and with minimal complication, helps me to feel more in control of a situation that feels very much outside of my control.
Until this delivery arrives and Gavin gets his treatment, I’m not going to be able to rest or even relax….
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