Later we headed to the farm for the dinner (and then bible study for me and the older 2 girls). Before dinner Asher was playing nicely with some balls that were around when the jerking and quietness happened again.
|Hannah has improved so much with her swimming. It's still|
amazing to see her with her head under the water.
You can see the clear spite in the number of seizures in October and November after stopping the Epilim. Thankfully she has had a really good December with only 5 seizures. In total she had just 7 more seizures this year than the previous 2 years.
The wonderful improvement through this year however, is with the length of seizures. In total this year she has had 227 minutes of seizures. In the previous 2 years it was 277 (2014) and 292 (2015). 50 and 65 minutes more. This is such a blessing and we are so thankful.
Saturday 31st: Stripes had climbed right to the top of the tree for a nap. So Hezekiah put Anakin up there with him and they had a lovely long nap up there.
This afternoon I had a bit of a "parent-child" outing with Rachel - although we didn't go out anywhere. I did her nails for her.
The first photo was loads of fun, but a bit over the top from Hezekiah, so I took another. He was so excited about wearing his suit to church. I convinced him to leave his jacket in the car.
Hezekiah has been especially excited about Daniel coming to visit today. He is a friend of Rachel's who stays on the other side of town. His boss is taking Stripes, so he came to fetch him today. Daniel met us at church and then joined us for lunch.
I love how in the first photo Hezekiah has bowled so hard that he has thrown himself over. :-)
They ended up playing on their own this evening because Brendon, Rachel and I were chatting about some theological issues. Daniel had raised a question with Rachel and so we have enjoyed chatting through things and finding some video sermons for them to watch to stimulate more discussion on the topic. It's wonderful for us to have Rachel finally have a friend that is stimulating her to spend so much more time in the Word.