I spoke with Jax's doctor about everything, and we both feel comfortable waiting for his scheduled appointment with the full team on Monday.
Jax is doing better with food. He still doesn't like to drink a lot, but it seems to be working out. I didn't have to put him in time-out at all since yesterday, but he is doing a puke for about half the feeds now, and I do think some of it is behavioral. So we'll be working on with the doctors.
I can't imagine that Jax gained any weight at all since coming home from the hospital, so I'm kinda cringing at the thought of what that scale will end up saying.
I'm waiting for a call back from the school district to discuss services for the boys at the age of 4 next fall, but not going forward with 4K. I have no idea how we will work it out, but I hope they understand why I (and all the therapists and teachers) believe the boys need an extra year. This wouldn't be a big deal if they weren't using the special-ed services from the school district.
The rest of the week is pretty standard. Jason is out of town until Friday and I have stacks up to the ceiling of work to process that will keep me busy each night and stolen moments during the day. Jax will see the chiropractor for the first time in a month tomorrow. Then the boys have speech/feeding on Thursday and school Friday morning. Let's hope for a quick and non-eventful rest of the week!
|CeCe put on the boy's dino costume and then chased them around!|
|Mars and the boys wrestling.|
|Good ole' air hockey|
|We told the kids to pose for a photo and Cecelia laid out like a queen!|
|Awe... hugs good bye!|
|This is a benefit for Children's Hospital of WI happening on Sunday. Jason and I will be there with the kids, and I will be speaking around 2pm to help raise money. I've always wanted to take the boys to an Irish bar in the month of March ;)|