Ugh, I never should have posted about seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Either someone shut off the light or this is a very long tunnel.
While McKenna's health has improved and she has gained some balance back she is limping horribly AGAIN. After getting out of the hospital McKenna was off balance, uncoordinated and floppy with some tic-like movements but the limp that started all of this was gone. Well, she woke up Saturday morning with the limp in full swing. I think she is starting to hate walking. She walks a little, tries something different, crawling or scooting or a funny little gallup... anything to keep her legs moving and get her where she wants to go. She does not complain or call any attention to whatever in the world is going on with her legs though. This is all just SO strange and it is driving me crazy to not have an answer.
In the meantime it is still life as usual in our house.
Sawyer has started crawling and, more amazingly, sleeping. I can't remember the last time I actually slept through a full night. How I missed sleep.
Ashlyn competed in her first Special Olympics swimming meet and won two second place medals and a third place medal. We are so proud of her! Unfortunately I was in the hospital with McKenna so could not watch her compete. Thank goodness for grandparents and video cameras!
Parker is his same wild self. He had a blast being spoiled by a variety of different people who kept him busy over the past two weeks. Every day he goes through the list of names of people he hopes are coming to visit... Nana, Papa, Aunt Nancy, Aunt Marynan, Mamanda and Uncle Bet. They all took a turn at chasing him while McKenna was in the hospital and we appreciate it so much.
Many thanks again for all of the love and support from everyone!
(I wanted to add some pictures to this post but they won't upload, hopefully I can add them later.)