Monday, August 3, 2009

A few road block

Forgive me for not posting for a while. We are dealing with a massive blocking, I mean, her constipation. We took her to ER yesterday, took some x-ray, gave her some more laxative and still waiting for the result. Activia doesn't seem to help.
Meanwhile, Ada is grumpy, which is understandable. She continue to play with dad, making hand jester, she even padded the doggie on his head yesterday.
The swallowing test went well. She still has a delay on swallowing so we have to be careful, but she is doing fine.
Grant and his mom stopped by and Ada was so happy. Kirsten also came by and played with Ada. Ardis came by with some apple chips and puzzles.
Do you know she can do some easy puzzle now? Stop by anytime to see her progress or bring me some lunch.
Will write more after all this road block, it is so stressful for me and for her too.


Anonymous said...

I will be thinking of the two of you for the constipation to blow away!!! Flush it down and begin new. Great news about the puzzles and the padding of the dog on his head.

Stay strong..this too will pass. We are united in thought and love. Hugs and much love, Ponsawani!

Anonymous said...

I do hope the constipation is now solved and that Ada feels better now. Over a year without normal foods, her stomach needs to learn to work again. I hope it's not serious.

It's great news Ada can do some puzzles. Her brain is doing wonder!! I have read from somewhere that our brain has an elastic quality, like plastic. The damaged part can actually grow back, given the right treatment and time.

You are on your way my Angel. Stay well.

RedRubyonFire said...

I was led to this blog while I was trying to get more of your polymer clay tutorials. Now I feel that my new endeavors seems a little trivial to that you are going through.
While most might feel sorry for your unlucky daughter, I have to say that I think she is very fortunate to have such a loving and devoted mother and such supportive friends and family. Your love manifests in her getting better and I am sure that it will continue to do so.
My prayers goes out to you and your family, as well as my admiration of your perseverance and devotion.

angkana said...


Your words are amazingly encouraging. I'd bet your design must be exceptional the way you are. Thanks for posting.


I can feel your distress when Ada suffers. I will visit soon and hope to help as much as I can.