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>> Tuesday, October 26, 2010

In four days he only had ONE seizure. And it was during a nap at 5pm.

Bug has been sleepy the last 24 hours. REALLY sleepy. Generally speaking this usually means he is undergoing a brain development of some sort and a seizure type change follows.

But this time it's really odd. He seems depressed and then he will sort of jerk and then immediately smile and hug me. He isn't very energetic but that's to be expected since he has slept 16 or the last 24 hours. I am debating taking him to school. In fact, I think he will stay home today. Yeah, that's a good choice for him, he is rubbing his head and plugging his ears off and on so I think he is staying home.

Unless he perks up. Then I won't hesitate driving taking him in.

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October 19, 2010

>> Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Whew.

Been a busy few weeks.

Bug is still having seizures at night, mostly when he first goes to sleep and then right before he wakes up. But it's been over a week since he had more than 3 T/C in one night. And he wakes up happy and energetic, despite his cold(s).

Poor kid has had several colds in the last 3 weeks, one right after another. We all have. Annoying but not serious. I hope.

He is making some progress in school as well. They say he is responding to prompts for colors and days of the weeks, as well as the month of the year. Can't wait to see if it's a coincidence or not, but he is doing better with making less mess too.

Fingers crossed.

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