Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Thankfully we have an amazing doctor who was able to come up with a treatment plan for Meggan and we are hoping that Meg is in the 60% of kids who have this time of seizure disorder who end up being okay and never turning to epilepsy. But, still the worrier in my wonders what if? And I worry so much about her these days. She has been on her medication for a month now and you can see a change in her personality where she seems more withdrawn and tired all the time. Breaks my heart because it is not like her. She is now struggling at school with her morning teacher who for whatever reason can't practice patience with Meggan and can't give her benefit of the doubt. There are so many things that we are now having to familiarize ourselves with that we have never had to think of in the past with Meg.
We can only hope and pray the medicine will work and Meg will adjust to the meds and come back to being the smiley girl all the time. The one who loved going to school rather than crying about going to school.
We pray that we are able to figure out what her triggers are for the seizures.
We pray that her teacher backs off and let's her be without us having to intervene anymore than we already have.
We pray that with May's arrival will come happier times not overcast by this disorder.
We pray for Meg's peace and happiness...