It’s been a crazy couple of weeks.
We’ve been on a bit of a roller coaster ride the last few days. Turns out John had pneumonia pretty badly. He’s gotten a lot better over the last week. He’s also starting to get more movement and expression in his face and his swallow has greatly improved. This means[Read more]
I am at a time in my life where I can’t make plans. I can’t think about tomorrow. I can’t say what I’ll do next week or even later on tonight. Last week, the doctors decided to give John another round of IVIG in the hopes that this one would[Read more]
I’m still catching you up to the story as it is now. The first full week that John was at the Shepherd Center three hours of therapy were planned each day. As I mentioned before, he is getting speech, occupational, and physical therapy. Later on they would add recreational therapy[Read more]
When John was first transferred to Shepherd Center, he was on the ventilator. It was quite a production to see the team assemble to move him from Macon to Shepherd. They had to call in a respiratory therapist in on her day off so that she could travel with him[Read more]
Writing Goals 11 posts for the homeschool blog 5 posts for the travel blog Homeschool Math: Finish current unit and test Reading: Finish 10 lessons with extra practice in between Social Studies: Studying South America this month. I also signed the kids up for Little Passports (http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=789372&U=518790&M=32333&urllink=) and I expect[Read more]