Or lack there of. Aaron was off his meds, and therefore waking at all hours of the night. It’s like we are in some bad prison movie and the warden wakes us every 20 minutes to an hour for interrogation and screaming torture for the last week and a half. The screaming has subsided slightly with the start of new meds this week, but it’s still there. That combined with lack of sleep has me grasping for any and all sleep I can get, whenever I can get it these days. Everything else except the basic necessities for survival have been neglected. These are the days where I think a cleaning lady would be worth her weight in gold.
If you haven’t noticed, my blog is also fixed. I will forever love Greg at Telling Dad for fixing it up for me. He’s got an idea for a services page, but he’s been too swamped to get it up and running yet. Oh the irony. I highly recommend Greg if you need some blog work done. I’m not sure what he’s going to offer, but I know he did a great job at fixing whatever was wrong with Genesis here. Just remember, when purchasing services online, you generally get what you pay for. Greg is worth it.
If you’d like to read a real post from me today, head over to The SPD Blogger Network. I wrote about our first steps into occupational therapy and learning about Aaron’s sensory needs.