Monthly Archives: December 2011

Jake’s Therapy: Practically Petrifying in Every Way

When I think of my darling little Jake over the last few weeks, phrases like “donkey’s bottom” and “screech machine” come to mind.  My normally well-behaved, good-humored, easy-going boy has become a terror.  I have no idea what has happened, … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain: One Day At a Time

Over the years of pain, surgeries, bandits, house burning down, and other life-exploding things, I have lost count of how many times I’ve been told, “Oh, honey, you just need to take it one day at a time.”  To which … Continue reading

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Jake’s Therapy: Waiting, Waiting, Waiting

The last month I have been quiet on the therapy front since there hasn’t been much to say. We’re still doing therapy and it’s still a lot the same.  Jake improves in his eating, talking, and physical developement, but it is still … Continue reading

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