by, 10-01-2010 at 06:35 AM (370 Views)
I had my ultrasound yesterday. Hard to say how it went. The tech spent a long time doing it, and she wasn't very talkative. When it was done I asked if she could ease my mind a little and just tell me she saw nothing "major" and her response was "well, I can't tell you a thing so wait for your appt with your Dr."
I don't go back to the dr until Oct 7th -next thursday so I have a feeling it's going to be a long week.
I don't know how long it takes for the radiologist to submit the report, but I do know that a copy of the report was going to my family dr, so I was considering calling them and speaking to the receptionist and asking her to read me the report later today or Monday. I just don't want to worry all week for nothing, and I don't want to hear bad news on my own in the Dr's office so I would prefer to know NOW LOL
We went to Eric's open house and bbq at the school last night. He loved having our undivided attention. He ran around and played - and although i thought all the boys were playing too rough - Eric was the only one spoken to about it. All the parents were watching them play outside, waiting for the school to be unlocked, and the boys were literally clothes lining each other to the ground, sitting 2 and 3 of them on a kid. It was just too rough for me and I could see someone getting hurt.
I told Eric that that was enough, no more jumping on each other but all the other parents just stood around and chatted. I wasn't impressed. I even had to go so far as to sit Eric down. Of course he wants to continue when he is the only one being asked to stop, but I refuse to not say anything just because I will stand out.
Isaac stayed at home with my parents and they loved watching him. They always have fun with him but they can't do it for more than an hour or two. They don't understand autism as much as we do, and although they know he doesn't say much and doesn't understand too many commands, they still just "expect" him to follow the words "stop" or "don't do that". They took him to the park, which I knew they were going to do before I left and the ran all over with him and had a blast. I was worried about it the entire time i was away though - he is 3 and they are almost 60 - i kept worrying he would get away from them and they wouldn't be able to catch him - but it all turned out great and they all had a blast.