Daddy's Log 20100729 
Friday, July 30, 2010, 11:18 - General, Christina
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Daddy's Log : 20100729

Today was a busy day. We started with a walk by the river. Christina picked flowers and held them until ST started. Christina had ST today, then we went home and Mary and Peg came over for a home visit. Christina was not happy, but showed them how well she eats lunch. Barb also came over today. Three appointments today; one for Christina, one for myself, and one for the two of us.

Peg brought us a wagon to try. It works great with Christina's seat2go. THANK YOU Peg. After the smiles today, I am on a mission to find a wagon that will fit her chair.

Christina even slept for nap today. A good sign it was a busy day.

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Wednesday, July 28, 2010, 12:28
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Marley is missed. Here is a link to a tribute.
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Tuesday, July 27, 2010, 15:23
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The ADA was signed twenty years ago on July 26th.

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Sunday, July 25, 2010, 23:41
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I have continued to upload pictures of Christina to the web. I have also added the need for a password. Please email me for a username and password for access.

I will continue to update Christina's slideshow with no need for a username or password. The slideshow does not get updated as often.

If you do not have my personal email address, please contact me through the blog.

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Daddy's Log 20100725 
Sunday, July 25, 2010, 02:00 - General, Christina
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Daddy's Log : 20100725

It is another Sunday and I find myself missing Christina more than usual. The house is a mess; dishes, laundry, vacumming, picking up. Nothing unusual; however, feels overwhelming.

Christina's reflux is continuing to act up. I am starting to shift from watchful to concerned. Angela has not heard from Dr. Aru, Christina's gastroenterologist.

I have also noticed that Christina's sensory triggers have not subsided even with the addition of brushing during the day. Brushing has helped in the past, but does not seem to be helping now. Perhaps it is helping and her sensors are that sensitive.

Again it was brought up to have Christina see a counselor. Angela stated she has not had luck finding a counselor. I will begin my search today. It was stated that Christina's different abilities make it difficult for her to communicate. Specifically not being able to draw and being non-verbal. Frustrating, Christina is one of the most communicable people I know. Who has trouble communicating? Sorry venting. I feel it is the adult's responsibility to listen and understand the child, not the child's responsibility to find a language the adult understands.

On a happy note, Christina and I enjoyed the weekend. I will post more detail on her blog,

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