12 pm this World.
I have just completed a 3 hour round trip to Westmead Children's Hospital with James.
James thankfully only needed to do a urine sample.
Its really devastating to see all the sick children at the hospital.
I must say though Westmead is one of the nicest hospitals to attend if you have to go to one. The staff are so beautiful there, always smiling and friendly. They have a lot of elderly volunteers also who I find really make the visits memorable for the right reasons.
James had a urine sample taken at his immunologists request, its a special test to detect bacteria in the small intestine.
James doesn't eat solid food.... there has to be more than meets the eye now. This is not just a SPD issue.
James eats food when placed on an antibiotic, so his doctors feel the antibiotic is killing off something allowing him to eat food. As soon as the antibiotic is removed he goes back to not eating.
James is still unwell so it was touch and go taking him this morning but it had to be done. James loves the car so its always a nice little Mummy break to drive him where he needs to go (as long as Scarlett isn't in the car). I even had a nice Starbucks coffee on the way home.
It's nice to be home now.
James and Scarlett really need to chill for the rest of the day, we need to rid these pesky viral bugs.
I have put my Mummy clothes on (trackpants & old t-shirt), I am going to wash all the bedding and disinfect the bedrooms.
I also need to dedicate sometime to my emails today. Firstly, thank you to all the positive comments I receive via email regarding my blog and Instagram. Thank you to all the people that have been interested in a collaboration, I will try get back to you asap.
I am always blown away by the amount of people that follow our journey, thank you. I am however only interested in spreading a positive, raw and real message about parenting special needs and Autism.
Also, as much as I love to write and spread awareness I am also doing this for 'love' and my children come first and foremost. We all know that 'love' doesn't pay the bills or do the housework. As much as I would 'love' to collaborate with everyone that has contacted me, I need to be selective. I have limited time and the time I do have needs to help spread awareness, support our journey and only be positive.