|week 26, 28, 29, and 30|
I've been taking almost weekly tummy shots via Instagram. It's interesting to see how much Harper grows. It might be hard to tell, but I can see her gradually growing. Can you? The farthest right is now- 30 weeks. Just 10 more to go!
Yesterday and especially today are the first days that I feel back to myself again. My vision is a little slow this morning, but other than that, I feel great!
The incident happened on last Wednesday, and I was getting better until Sunday where I had a slight relapse. I just couldn't shake my foggy brain and my speech was very slow, short-term memory was shot, my fingers were curling, and I ended up in the ER again. Of course the doctors said I was fine and probably just stressed. Last time I checked, stress doesn't do that to people.
But nonetheless, I've been taking it easy and trying to eat as healthy as I can so that I avoid any more "episodes". They usually happen within an hour of me eating sugar/starchy foods. Darn glucola drink! It was so sugarfied that it fried my brain and now I can't eat anything that is sugary. Which STINKS because I have the BIGGEST sweet tooth in the history of dentistry. Ever. I really mean it. EVERRRR.
But like I said, yesterday and especially today are the first days that I feel back to myself again. I've had so much love, help, and support from family and friends. I know that I'm truly taken care of.
Especially by this man, the hubby:
I can not tell you how loved I have felt by Jed this past week. We have always had a strong love for each other, but through this experience I have felt it increase so much more. It's hard to describe really, something that can just be felt I think. He has been with me every second that I needed him, not just in presence, but in attention and support, too. Through every attack he holds my hand if I want him to, he looks into my eyes, and he smiles and tells me: you're going to get through this.
I love you, Jed. Thank you.
Now come on brain! Get better! I want to eat cake again!!