The last 2 weeks have been crazy, busy. I haven't blogged at all lately, so I want to catch you up a little on our craziness and mostly just record this for us. Last week we visited family in Texas. We had lots of fun and I have pics to post, but first I will post some pics from the week before. So, two weeks ago Mia Grace had another seizure. She had it in her sleep early on Wednesday morning. I wasn't able to catch it on video like the doctor wanted me too. I called to leave a message with the nurse to let them know she had another seizure and to find out when her 24 hour EEG was scheduled.
So far she has not had any seizures while she is awake. They really don't seem to affect her day much at all, so after I left the message with the nurse, we got ready to go to the children's museum. While, we were there the nurse called. We talked about what was going on with Mia and she told me the EEG was scheduled for October 3rd. I was not happy that we would have to wait over 2 months to have this test and get some answers for our sweet girl. She said she would put us on the cancellation list and we would get a call to come in earlier if there was a cancellation. I didn't have much hope for this happening, because I figured the list was probably pretty long.
I asked friends and family to pray that we would get an earlier date for the test. On Thursday morning, as I was talking to my friend about how sad I was that we had to wait until October for the test, we got a call. It was from the nurse saying their was a cancellation and asking if we could be there in 2 hours. I couldn't believe it. God has already answered so many specific prayers for our girl and this was another answered prayer. Yay! I called Justin who made arrangements for the boys for the next two days, while I threw things in a bag that we would need for our overnight stay at the hospital.
Mia and I arrived on time for our appointment and got her all checked in. I asked the lab tech if we were the first name on the cancellation list and she said, "no, you were actually the last, but you were the only ones I got a hold of that could come today." Wow! Gotta love God's timing.
The lab tech, told her that the cap she was wearing was her princess hat. Of course it was really just tape and guaze to keep the wires in place. It did bother her some, but I kept telling her how pretty she was in her princess hat.
We have an appointment next week with the neurologist to discuss the results of the test. I am praying we get some answers. For now, I am just thankful for how well she is doing in our family. She is attached to us, she is thriving, growing, and developing in all areas. God truly has His hand on our sweet girl. We continue to give Him all the glory for the good things He has done and is doing in her life.