Monthly Archives: January 2015

Accessibility

Even though Gracie is getting better and better at walking, she still tires fairly easily. It makes sense; her body does not work the way it should, so she has to work harder to do basic things like standing and walking. … Continue reading

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Doctors

We got a letter yesterday informing us that one of our very favorite doctors (Gracie’s infectious disease specialist) is no longer at her practice and will now be working at a different hospital with mostly adult patients. My first thought … Continue reading

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School

Even though it’s only January, it’s time to start thinking about school for next fall. I wish we had started this early last year—I had no idea the school district personnel were off all summer along with the teachers, so I … Continue reading

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Fingers

About 100 times a day, I tell Gracie to get her fingers out of her mouth. Each time I see her chomping on a finger, it makes my heart beat a little faster. She has done some serious damage to … Continue reading

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Superstitious

Last year began with a hospital stay. On New Year’s Eve 2013, I took Gracie’s gloves off after daycare and her right index finger was red and swollen. Since she didn’t have a wound on that finger, I thought maybe … Continue reading

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