You also know that one of the things that breaks my heart the most about Ashlea's disabilities is the loss of her twin relationship with Audrey. Slowly but surely though, Audrey is starting to interact a little more with Ashlea. She would still much rather spend time with Emma, but she will initiate giving Ashlea a cuddle from time to time now, which is just lovely and melts my twin-mummy heart.
And for those who have been wondering...
Ashlea is feeling better. Today while my mum was looking after her she was apparently still quiet and listless, but since I have been home she has been very chatty and chirpy. We still don't know quite what was / is wrong. Her PEG site got very red and inflamed so the doctor gave her antibiotics for that. There was also shall we say, an 'explosion' of sorts (while we were at the doctors surgery of course, and while my tooth was still killing me), so the constipation is no longer an issue either.
My tooth is feeling much better. I had the first part of my root canal treatment on Monday. Is it sad that in my busy, busy life, I was actually looking forward to having the root canal because it would give me an hour or so to rest. Although maybe what I was looking forward to was the IV sedation. Have I told you how much I really, really like those sedation drugs?
AND, I also got the preschool DVD done (thanks to my sister's editing skills).
AND the ramp people came to measure up.
Not bad for someone who was off their head on painkillers.
Don't forget to check out the rest of Special Exposure Wednesday here.