|His head really is huge!|
Then yesterday he had skin testing for food allergies. As expected, he did not react to any of them! Coupled with his 0's on the blood RAST tests and the conclusion was that he can now eat everything but dairy and soy. And since we are worrying about protein intolerance and digestion issues with them, we don't even have to be concerned about trace amounts of them!
We will likely try soy at two years. She also decided that she will do his environmental skin testing early at 18 months. And she wrote us a prescription for Pulmicort to try using to cut down on his Xopenex needs if he gets junky again.
This adventure at the doctor did prove something to me: my normal workday is very easy on the body. By the end of yesterday, I was feeling the heavy cervix/crampy abdomen feeling of a irritable uterus. Not like contractions or preterm labor, just a bit of a protest of the body. Could tell it was, because even grabbing and Chiron made it more intense. But some water and some rest and all is back to good. Glad my job is so easy on the body!
I was also starving after completing his appointment and so got two slices at a pizza place that has slices at lunch. Each slice is huge, so I ate half of an 18 inch diameter pizza. That's 127.2 square inches of pizza.
And yes, in calling last Thursday his first sick day I am completely glossing over the 59 days spent in the hospital. That's totally my perogative!