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Our Next Leg - Weeks 12-15

It's been some time since I've written and that's been for several reasons.  Firstly, Dylan had several set backs the past few weeks.  She had seizures, then an asthma attack that put her back on the vent, then two infections in her trach tube and finally, her spasticity has gotten progressively worse each week.  I was emotionally drained a bit more each week and got to my lowest point during Week 13 where I just wasn't sure if I would be able to take anymore setbacks.  But as usual, God was…

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Added by Dyan Stephens on September 26, 2012 at 2:31pm — No Comments

Our Next Leg - Weeks 9-11

Hello MBC'ers!  My daughter, Dylan, suffered a severe asthma attack and seizures this Mother's Day (May 13th).  She was without oxygen for quite some time and now is battling brain damage.  The focus of my blog is now on the next leg of our journey....

These last few weeks have been rough.  Other words that come to mind to describe it are shitty, unbearable, exhausting and nerve-racking.  Dylan has been dealing with seizures and brainstorming (which means she had…

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Added by Dyan Stephens on August 29, 2012 at 3:30am — No Comments

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