It has been a long time since I posted here. So much has changed in our lives over the past several months. I’d like to get back to blogging about Lila and her progress regularly. She’s such a shining star and I want to remember every moment.
Overall, Lila is doing quite well. She’s a healthy, happy 2 year-old with a smile that lights up the room and can turn the worst day around in a second.
Last night, however, something really scary happened however. Lila had a probable seizure. I say “probable” because there’s no way to know for sure at this point. Based on her medical history and what I described to the doctors, they believe it was a focal/tonic seizure. We were in Target, Lila was sitting in the cart, and she starting flailing uncontrollably. I grabbed her out of the cart and she fell limp into my arms and looked at me with a blank stare. I started running out of the store with her and about halfway out, she started laughing at me. Typical Lila. So if it was a seizure, it was short and I guess that’s a good thing. We have to follow up with a neurologist next week. If she has another episode, back to the emergency room we go and Lila will likely start anti-seizure medication. I’m a nervous wreck and can hardly take my eyes off of her.
When the seizure happened, I wasn’t entirely surprised. Freaked out, but not surprised. Many kids with cerebral palsy experience seizures and I’ve counted my blessings that Lila never did. I hope and pray that this was an isolated incident.
As of this morning, Lila is back to her normal, happy self. She’s chatting up a storm and has new words daily. My current favorite: bubbles. She’s obsessed with bubbles. She also loves Mr. Potato Head, so she likes to say “hat.” Man I love her. Thank you all for your continued thoughts and prayers for my Bug. We are so lucky!