Monday, July 16, 2007

Vomit Vixen it is.

Sorry for the repeated cryptic updates on the last post. We have not gone to the hospital yet. She seems to be doing better, except for a oh-so-slight head tilt that has presented itself along with a touch of disorientation and dizziness and some definite misbehavior of the eyeballs; misalignment, rolling, and so forth. She is up and around, has had a bit to drink, and even eaten some without incident. It still doesn't feel quite right though, and until those eyeballs (and various other things) start behaving themselves, I'm not going to truly feel like we are out of the woods this time. It has been so strange, this inability for her to fully escape it. I'm nervous and on edge and calling out, "KayTar are you okay? Look at Mommy, please." every 127 seconds worried I'm losing her to it again. I hope all the worrying is for naught, and that we will stay here, safely at home tonight with a KayTar who continues to be in possession of herself. But at the first sign of her slipping away, we will scoop her up and off to the ER we will go.

8 comments:

MotherBumper said...

Sending quiet (hugs) and kisses (from me and B)

I'm thinking about you and sending positive vibes.

Christine said...

oh look at her!

she seems so peaceful and rested here. hope it stays that way. . .

Beck said...

Kyla, I'm praying for you and KayTar. I hope that this morning finds everything much, much better.

Julie Pippert said...

(HUGS)

I hope two things: that this provides some more information, is somehow helpful to them figuring out what and why so they can help; and that she is resting peacefully and comfortably...for a long time.

This had to be so rough on you all. (HUGS)

Sweet KayTar, hope today is an easy day, where the hardest thing is play with this toy or that.

slouching mom said...

Oh, KayTar. I'm fervently hoping that things have quieted down by now.

Becca said...

What a sweet picture! I'll be thinking about you guys.

jen said...

oh honey...every 127 seconds doesn't leave much room for anything else. i was so sad to read your previous post and then this one too...poor baby girl. poor you. i am sending your warm, warm thoughts.

Joy, of course said...

I am so worried about you and your little girl. I thought about you all last night, and prayed. I prayed for those doctors to have a lightning bolt moment where they can know what is wrong with her. And help her. And help you.

I read your medical edition yesterday and my heart hurts for you. My Ben has sensory issues as well. He is 3 and still on stage 3 babyfood. Shaving cream, playdoh, those kind of things used to freak him out completely but we have moved past that. He has seen 4 therapists. He also had developmental delays and stood with his feet completely curled up, is this the feet curling you were referring to? It was a sensory thing as well.

Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Hugs to you. I wish they were in person.