It’s so hard not to worry

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As the day has gone on, Gavin’s sounding worse and worse. That doesn’t mean there’s anything to worry about but I worry nonetheless.

He’s most likely dealing with the same cold that Elliott and Emmett keep giving back and for to each other. Logically, I don’t think that there is anything to lose sleep over but at the same time, we can’t afford to be complacent either.

Monday he sees his immunologist anyway and if she’s concerned, we’ll deal with it.

He’s probably going to need bloodwork done so we held off on Gavin’s labs for this past week and figured we could double dip when she gives us a new order.

There isn’t a great deal that we can do to help Gavin but if we can limit his pain by consolidating his bloodwork, we’re going to do that. He feels better about that and I feel like we have been able to provide him with at least some comfort.

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Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)


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