Monthly Archives: June 2011

Jake’s Fingers: Hurrah for the Fork!

There have been many weeks in our marathon out of the maze of Jake’s sensory problems where nothing at all has happened.  Sometimes, the progress has been too small to see and other times it’s just been an off week.  Thankfully, this week … Continue reading

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Jake’s Second Birthday

Last Monday, our sweet Jake turned two years old.   For all of you who couldn’t be here (and that’s pretty much everyone), here are some of the highlights of his special day.  Jake woke up to me singing Happy Birthday … Continue reading

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Jake’s Fingers: Thankful for Normal

Very few people understand what I go through every time I take Jake, or go myself, to a doctor’s appointment.  It’s at best tense, at worst gut-wrenching.  My usual sense of “whatever happens is fine” is reduced to praying desperately … Continue reading

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Jake’s Fingers: Therapy Wars and “Ew”

After last week’s post ( https://sistertwo.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/jakes-fingers-seeing-the-maze-more-clearly/   if you want to catch up), I knew this week was going to be a doozy with petitions to write, specialists to see, and regular doctor visits on top of what we have going on … Continue reading

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Jake’s Fingers: Seeing the Maze More Clearly

Since our sweet Becky needed to be a mama this week, Jake and I didn’t have therapy.  I thought this would be a good time to do a general update on how he’s doing. We’ve been seeing a great pediatrician over … Continue reading

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