Monthly Archives: April 2009
Last Wednesday afternoon, Fiona was acting awfully strange. We knew when she was due to deliver. Kind of. We were off by about two weeks, turns out. She would not stop meowing, and literally jumped in my lap & got … Continue reading
Welcome to yet another blog for the Lanford Family. This time is it. No more changes. No more moving. Enjoy!
I awoke this morning, like yesterday, to seizure activity. He was in bed, thankfully, so I wasn’t as concerned about him hurting himself. It lasted about two minutes, and he was post-dictal* for about 45 minutes. *Post-ditcal is the altered … Continue reading
Chad came off the second steroid taper on Tuesday. He was feeling decent, and was not complaining of the severe headache like last time. He felt well enough to join the girls and I for Carys’ field trip Thursday, and … Continue reading
I seriously cannot believe we were anxiously awaiting news of Chad’s surgery progress this time last month. Sometimes, it feels like it was just yesterday. And, at other times, it feels like it was a lifetime ago. Chad is doing … Continue reading
Excuse the confusion on my part. It’s been a strange week. It was Spring Break around these parts, so Carys had the week off from preschool as well. I peppered some much-needed appointments into the week’s schedule, and called in … Continue reading
We’ve had a busy couple of weeks. Last weekend, we celebrated our little buddy Faith’s fifth birthday. It was great fun, complete with a bouncy house and thickly-frosted purple cupcakes that stained CaiCai’s face for a few days. Those same … Continue reading
Chad is going back on steriods. Apparently he stopped them too soon and is having severe headaches. Luckily his doctors have the same opinion and agreed to put him back on them for at least another couple weeks.
This morning, Chad took his last dose of his Decadron (a glucocorticosteroid to counteract the swelling in his brain) taper. He started out taking quite a high dosage, 16mg, about two weeks ago. He took 2mg this morning, and he’s … Continue reading