If you haven't already, check out this website called Kidz. There are some inspiring stories about special needs children and their parents. This week they are talking about Heidi, Juniors Mom who has made everyday tons of fun for Junior. You have to at least check out her blog and see Juniors great smile! He's such an inspiration!
Well it's that time...time to start talking about what our plans will be once the little man turns 3 years old. It's awhile from now, but will come sooner than we know it! Looking at my boy who is only 23 1/2 pounds right now, I can't even believe he's going to be 3 in April. Weighing the pros and con's of public school, we have decided that it is in Isaac's best interest to receive as much therapy and schooling at home as we can possibly provide for him. Since he doesn't have a very good immune system and the slightest cold can throw us into the PICU, sending him to public school isn't a great idea right now.
I recently called a therapy center called "stepping stones" and they provide home therapy for medically fragile children in our area. I was visiting my mother-in-law last month at the nursing home and her physical therapist mentioned that she worked for them. I guess you never know who you are going to run into at just the right time!
Speaking of my mother-in-law, she is finally going home Friday after a very long rehab period after her fall back in October. Hooray!
Isaac's diaper changes are becoming less frequent. It looks like I just needed to let the probiotics work a little longer. I'm so glad!