Saturday, February 21, 2009

We are Moving!

Well this coming week we will be packing up our stuff and moving out of this apartment we're in now. And soon be living into our new place. We figured that because we will be living here in Georgia for 2 more years we wanted a nicer place to live so we found a townhouse which is bigger, in a quiet neighborhood, is $100 dollars less rent and has a backyard. we are both really excited. Here is a picture of our new home, our townhouse is the cream one in the middle. Alex loves being able to run around on the grass in our backyard.
The townhouse has a fenced cemented patio that opens up to a big backyard, which we share with the 2 other townhouse next to us. We've already met the neighbors and there both really nice. We will be living in our new place by the end of this coming week. Hooray!!

Friday, February 20, 2009

No more Doctors Please!!

I don't know about doctor's these days, So far we still haven't figured out what is causing Alexander's development delays. We've been to Genetics & done 2 blood tests, had a MRI done, all those came back normal which is good. We went to Neurology for Alex to get a EEG done to check his brain waves and to see if he is having any unknown seizures. It will be 2 weeks before we get the results back. Genetics wants to do 1 more blood test. Plus Alex has Occupational therapy, Speech therapy, and Physical therapy 2 times a week. We are seeing improvement slowly and I 'm sure all his therapy's are helping. We love our little boy so much!! It's a joy to watch him when he learns something new, he gets so proud of himself and has a huge smile on his face. He is so special and fun to have around. I've been feeling lately that my son Alex may have some kind of autism, and I'm okay with that. All his doctor's wanted to do different testings to see if the development delays might be caused by something else before they diagnose it as autism. If it is, I know it will be challenging but working together with Devon and with the Lord's help we will get through this. Here is a couple pictures we took when Alex was getting his EEG done. He was not a happy camper. The nurse had to strap his arms down and wrap him up so he couldn't move for 20 minutes long. Poor Kid!