Well, the good news is Caitlin regained the weight she had lost over the first 6 months of 2014, so she’s back to her pre-surgery weight. The bad news is there’s no apparent explanation for her vomiting beyond “Aicardi Syndrome.” Her … Continue reading
1. New! Verity! Extra! It’s a Big Finish Roundtable, featuring our very own LM Myles, whose Breaking Bubbles 6th Doctor Story is out this week, and Caroline Symcox, writer of Council of Nicea along with Una McCormack in an encore appearance! … Continue reading
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1. New Verity Episode! Episode 46: Communication Breakdown is live. 2. Work is quiet, in the sense that I’m mostly working on things like annual reports and tenure portfolio reviews, that I can poke at slowly over time well … Continue reading
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Michael has written it up. …now we know why we’ve been so tired.
This entry is reblogged from Michael, who said it better than I. The picture tells the story. That is Caitlin sitting up straight and unassisted 2 1/2 months after her spinal fusion surgery. 🙂 $300,000 or so worth of … Continue reading
…because the good news is, there isn’t much to update. Trust me, when it comes to medical stuff and kids, it is BORING that you want, and we have been deeply grateful to be in the land of boring for … Continue reading
1. Caitlin is relatively stable with slightly intermittent barfing. Her electrolytes are normal! She is nearly off of her pain medications (yay!); we suspect this may be adding to the abovementioned barfing (boo). We are now at the part of … Continue reading
So, uh, sorry that it took me 10 extra days to wrap all of this up. It’s been a bit busy. We spent several days in our new hospital room in the pediatric ward, where the attempts to fix Caitlin’s … Continue reading
We were moved out of the ICU yesterday to the pediatric floor. This was a slight deviation from the usual plan, which would put us in the orthopedics floor. However, Cait’s surgical stuff has done great. The problem has been … Continue reading
The past 2 days have been full of ups and downs. Cait’s heart rate is still more elevated than everyone would like, and her breathing is still on the shallow side, and the “why” of both of those things has … Continue reading