Then we went to see our good friend and chiropracto
Then back home again.
Charlotte had another relatively sleepless night. Her brain just isn't letting her fall asleep. We take her to bed at a reasonable/
Charlotte continues to do relatively well. She doesn't really want to do much more than read, watch tv/movies, and eat. Pretty much all interest in her toys, coloring/ar
Today was another good day. We got a relative break in the weather. I got a bunch of RNR work done (paperwork, bills paid, etc.). The Hayes family came over mid-afterno
I think the best part of today was that it was the first day in over a week where I didn't completely break down emotionally at least once. That's HUGE!
I can't believe it has been a week since our devastating MRI news. In a way, it seems more like a month. Our calendar for the next few weeks is slowly filling with activities.
Monday will bring another doctor's visit with Dr. Tye and Dr. Massey to discuss next steps, including a palliative care plan for Charlotte. We hope to get a better idea of what to expect in the next little while.
More events next week as well.
We got an interesting phone call today. I think someone from Humana (our insurance company) called to check on Charlotte and when Roger told them what was going on, he received another call not long after from a counselor/p
I really appreciated it. As much as we like to complain about insurance companies (and I know I have done my share on this blog), Humana has a lot of resources like this available for their customers. They also have an on-call nurse available for questions about medications and medical procedures.
I guess that's it for now. Another busy day tomorrow. I miss work. I miss it a lot. This is NOT a normal lifestyle for me. That being said, I know that if I tried to go to Romp n' Roll and teach, I would probably be a mess and wouldn't be a very good instructor.
Have a good (dry) weekend, everyone....
Rachel (Charlotte's Mom)