Tuesday, July 6, 2010

We Went To Therapy

I was pretty excited to see what our therapists would say this week about our last session, since it was with the kids.  Turns out, we didn't really get to talk much about it.  One of them did say that if she had to sum up our family with one word, it would be funny.  (are you really surprised?)  She also said that Brandi is most definitely a mommy's girl, and Kasi is more of a daddy's girl.  She didn't know which Ryan preferred, because he picked on both of us evenly. 

We spent most of the session talking about things I am not comfortable sharing here, mostly because it concerns Junior.  I mean, these are his therapy sessions, and there are some things that he doesn't want me to share.  I'm just going to say that talking about it helped, and we are taking steps in the right direction.  Sounds kind of mysterious, doesn't it?

We also discussed going every week again for a little while, so we might go back next Tuesday.  It really all depends on if Junior can get a doctor's appointment before then, otherwise he needs to go to the clinic Tuesday, which means no therapy.  He is finally going to go have another sleep study done so they can recalibrate his bi-pap machine, because he hasn't been sleeping well.  We are hoping the clinic will send him, and Tuesdays are the only time you can go in and talk to the receptionist about getting an appointment, and it usually means waiting around for an hour or two.  So, if we don't hear from them before Tuesday, that's where Junior will be.  Our therapist is sending them a referral, so we are hoping they will call before then.

Am I rambling a little?  Sorry.

You know I do that from time to time.


Da Dude said...

I sleep with a c-pap machine. I haven't heard of a bi-pap before. I've a c-pap for the last 6 years. When I started using it, I got the best sleep I ever had.

jenn said...

Da Dude ~ the bi-pap is a step above the c-pap. Where the c-pap delivers constant air pressure, the bi-pap also delivers spurts of air to force my husband to breathe. I think that is the dumbed down version that I understand...technical stuff flies right over my head! lol! The first night my husband slept using it, he woke up saying it felt like he had never slept before in his life.

Crystal said...

Ur all trying and wanting to continue to do so. That's the main and most important thing!!! Yall are on the right track!

jenn said...

Thanks Crystal. Sometimes it's hard, but worth fighting for, ya know?

Jeannette said...

I wanted to let you know I was praying for you.



Jeannette said...

Thank you so much for the award. I thought I'd give it back for this blog! :)