Superman is still in the hospital!

He has infection going on somewhere just don’t from where yet. 102.00 fever overnight again. Blood pressure still low. His seizures are under control though.

At the hospital with Superman! From 4:30am to 7:00am he had about 15 seizures and the last 2 of them was tonic clonic. So, we had to give him diastat and take him to hospital. Now he is resting. He has only had one seizure since we have been at the hospital.

EEG

Superman had a 4-hour EEG Friday. It was fun trying to keep him from pulling the electrodes off his head. We will have the results in 2 to 3 weeks. He also started a new medication on Sunday. The medication is called Onfi. So far the side effects have been mild.

Being silly
Cat nap!❤

Silly glasses!!!

We had a surprise party for Jeff it was his 50th Birthday. He received a few joke gifts. One was a cane filled with different things on Superman posed with the glasses from the cane.

Coffee

So his sister came home with Dunkin Donuts coffee the other day and Superman always attacks her for it. He loves his coffee. This is the result of him drinking coffee.

The Real Superman Part XX Follow up!

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Just a follow up! I said that we have had to deal with all sorts of people that has really made our journey that much more difficult. I closed the blog talking about a little boy that came up to greet Dylan and just shared his love and acceptance of Dylan, just the way he is. That little boys’ mom should be very proud of him. She is raising him to love and not hate, to accept people with differences! Bravo to her. I also want to share an amazing and humbling event that just took place about two hours ago. This helps to restore my faith in mankind even further. As Terri, Dylan, and I were leaving Wal-Mart, I was approached by a gentleman with two young daughters. I thought he wanted my cart, which I would have gladly given to him, but that’s not what he wanted. He says to me, “Hey, I want to let you know, I understand how difficult it is raising a child with special needs. I have a daughter who is special needs herself. I want to give you this.” He said handing me something from his hand. I actually wasn’t sure what he was giving me, but, then he said, “Please have dinner on me tonight.” I thanked him as he and his two beautiful little girls walked towards the entrance of the store. I stood there in amazement for several seconds, before I looked at the bill in my hand. I was both humbled and overwhelmed. In my hand was a brand new 100.00 dollar bill. I felt the tears well up in my eyes. I continued to stand there dumbfounded for several minutes. I slowly put the bill in my pocket and got in the car. Terri noticed right away that something was wrong, so she asked me. A few hot tears began to streak down my face. I was at a loss for words. I finally said, “Give me a minute. I regained my composure and fished the 100 dollar bill from my pocket and placed it in her hand. She looked at me shocked. “Where did that come from?” she asked. I told her what had just happened and the tears began to well up inside me once again. She said that she noticed the man looking at us as we were putting Dylan into the car. We snapped a picture of his truck! This is why I continue to hold out hope. It is these type of things that restores my faith. This man was truly an Angel in every sense of the word. He didn’t know me, or my situation, but he felt compelled to help us. That is the real meaning of tithing. That is what God truly expects from us. To reach out to others to give anonymously expecting nothing back in return. There is no doubt that this man will be blessed tenfold. For the stranger that gave of himself freely, I want to say thank you and may God bless you abundantly.