Tag: childhood disintegrative disorder



Gavin’s labs have come back

Gavin’s labs have finally come in and it’s better than bad news. His Absolute Neutrophil is up to 2.8 from 2.4 last week. This is good news because the numbers are moving in the right direction. At the same time, we still have no idea what’s going on. We’re still waiting to get into Hematology …

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Gavin’s not doing well tonight

I waited all day and the lab results never came in. I spoke with the doctors office a few times and they have assured me that they will email me the results as soon as they get them. Being the overprotective, borderline paranoid parent I am, I continued to follow-up until they closed. Unfortunately, that …

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So far so good

All I can say is so far so good. Gavin’s bloodwork is done and we’re just waiting on the results. He got to spend time with his grandparents, which is awesome for all involved. I was able to get some work done, as evidenced by having written a few times already today. ☺ I’m working …

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Surprise Surprise

The wait for Gavin to have is bloodwork done about one hour and fifteen minutes. At about the one hour mark, Lizze parents showed up and took over waiting. They had texted me about hanging out with Gavin this morning and wanted to come pick him up from the lab. I was able to head …

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The perfect morning

We’re off to a good start this morning. Both Elliott and Emmett got dressed and ready for school with very little difficulty. We got to school on time, which is always a great way to start the week. ☺ At present, I’m waiting for Gavin to come out from having his bloodwork done. It’s probably …

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Just a day in the life of a Special Needs parent

The goal for this morning is to get the kids to school on time and if I’m lucky, in a good mood. ☺ Immediately after that, I have to run Gavin across town for what will end up consuming the rest of my day. That’s right, he needs his Monday morning bloodwork again. This is …

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