Hi...I noticed your comment on my page. I'm more working on my 11 year old learning in school, so her being medicine free is not an option. However I'm working on seeing if she is autistic she has a boat load of trouble. She can't do math well, but she can read like crazy. My youngest is adhd also and I don't mind her being on medicine because this year with medicine she has made ab honor roll! She has plans on being a doctor, so I encourage her as much as possible. Medicine helps control those impulses, on the other hand the keepra causes a lot of behavior problems so I cannot wait to get her off of those. She has been seizure free for 2 years the one that has many problems in school. Pushing for the right diagnosis is very complicated especially when she seems like she is functioning well. Once you get to know her well you begin to see her difficulties. This weekend she would run off and not tell me. I have to keep my eye on her because once it is in there she will go for it. Sometimes medicines are very important...it is also helpful too! 1967 days ago
Hi Heather Thanks for dropping by my page. Your family is beautiful (both the 2 legged and 4 legged sorts) . My Rottie x is still too much of a bouncy pup to get photos of him sitting quietly with the kids but one day.........
Hi Heather, Thanks for checking out my pictures. Unfortunately Breezy got Osteosarcoma last November, and she passed away in January at the age of 7. We were heartbroken to lose her. She was a rescue dog that was found running around in the desert here, a very sweet friendly doggie. The foster family for her asked us if we'd like her, and that's how we got her. She was a joy to have every day of her life. I miss her, and I wish we could have had her longer. 1988 days ago