by, 09-29-2010 at 10:50 AM (330 Views)
There is so much going on lately that I need to start keeping track of info.
Isaac is developmentally at the age of 18 months as per Infant and Child development assessment - he actually turned 3 on Sept 11th. He is saying words like - no, ball, bye, hi, juice, car. Other words are coming but only to the point where DH and I know what he means. Diiiooo means dinosaur, ah means cat, oooo means cow.
Some words are being used in the correct context and some aren't. Everything he see's is first "da" meaning dad, but we don't think he knows who dad is because everyone and everything is at first called "da". He definatley doesn't know I am "momma". He doesn't call me anything - but does give me lots of hugs and crave my attention so he knows I am someone important to him, but doesn't know my name yet.
My liver enzymes increased on July 12th. My previous bloodwork was done in OCt 2009, even though i was supposed to go monthly - but i guess i was busy for 9 months.
Stopped all medication and started going for weekly AST and ALT tests.
Saw rheumatolgist on Sept 24th and he ordered 12 bloodtests and an ultrasound of liver, spleen, kidney, gallbladder and pancreaus.
Today I got the bloodwork results and was told some are abnormal. Other's are normal but on the very low side.
I had my u/s scheduled for Oct 12th, but my Dr's office rescheduled it for tomorrow. I see the dr again on Oct 7th for all the results and the next course of action.
Eric is doing great in school - SK. We need to teach him to read. By the end of June he needs to be able to read a book on his own or he will be considered behind starting Gr 1. I am a little concerned about this.
DH is doing well considering all Isaac and I are putting him through. He is worried about us both, but he is stepping up to the plate to help as much as he can. He is starting to realize that I work full time which means I can't keep the house clean, take care of both boys, run Isaac to therapy after therapy, teach Eric all he needs on my own. I am blessed to have a man who understands this.