I need to go scoop up some more egg dying packets while they are on discount. Usually if we are going to boil eggs we go ahead and let her dye them no matter what time of year it is.
There have been no repeats in the seizure department. We did start her on some supplemental vitamin D and she has been getting Tylenol most nights before she goes to bed, just as a precautionary measure. She already gets a multivitamin and fiber gummies each day. Her bed is still in our room pushed up against ours. It will most likely remain there till she's 30. We are being very careful with bath times and do not ever leave her in a room by herself. We have an appointment for Monday at the neurologist. Hopefully they can let us know if this was a one time thing that really is not explainable OR that she has epilepsy and we can get her started on whatever medication that she needs to make sure we control it to the best of our ability.
We have put in a bid on another house. It is HUGE y'all! It is also an excellent price per square foot for this part of the country. The owners are meeting with their real estate agent tomorrow and we should know by noon or 1 if they have accepted our offer. Poor Glen had to go look at the house and make the offer by his self as I was at work and could not get off. I got to actually look inside the house today because they were having an estate sale. He did a great job. We bought a little table and chairs for Norah from the sale. They were perfect for her and Glen thought that it would be neat if we get the house to have something from its previous owners in there with us. From what we know of them they were good people that loved their children. Kind of a nice thing to know about the place we might be raising our child in. Good energy or karma or what ever you want to call it. I am all for it.
In other news I am being trained to be charge nurse so that the regular charge nurse can have a day off once in a while. I was on my own Friday. Things went well but it was hectic. We only had two rooms going and I was still making endless phone calls trying to juggle patients and surgeons. Someone would run late, which throws off the whole schedule of things, especially when you have many different surgeons working one right after the other in the same OR. It all worked out in the end and even though it made my brain hurt i think I may kind of like it. Now it's just a matter of learning more about who usually runs late, who prefers to work with whom, who I can trust with very little supervision to do what needs to be done and who I need to constantly check up on and give instructions to. I received lots of good feedback from staff and physicians. That means a lot to me. I want to make sure that they can count on work being a good place to go not a drudgery. We may work our butts off but we can have fun, get along and help each other out at the same time.
Glen made this one. Hahahahaha!