I am glad to hear that your daughter is doing better, do they still think she might have autism? Just out of curiosity I looked you up on facebook and could not find you. You must have all your settings on private-- I do and nobody can find me. That is o.k. at this time I wish to still remain anon, I do not want anyone being able to connect my health problems to me. Especially when I go to look for another job in the future. Thank you for the update.
Glad to hear she is doing well and the seizures have stopped! Lexi is doing pretty well as well. Her therapy is going good and she is making a lot of progress. I am certainly on FB (at home, blocked at work...BOO!). I tried to find you but couldn't?? I'll pm you my e-mail since my name is very very common. Let's hookup!
great to hear from you, I am so glad that she is doing well, it must make you happy, I used to do facebook, then left a while back I may join again and if I do will look you up ..hope your weekend is going well
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