- Scheduling basic physicals with the pediatrician, which involved creating two new charts and having the familiar discussion of why I need an interpreter present when my English is so good.
- Beginning the search for a new neurologist who a) has experience with linear nevus sebaceous syndrome and b) whom I can work with. (The translation of that is, a doctor who will actually listen to me and not discount my not-so-crackpot ideas.)
- Starting to schedule the next round of treatment for K. and his clefting
- Taking A. to the orthopedic surgeon and scheduling arthroscopic surgery to fix the torn cartilage in her knee.
Next week will be a lot of fun.
And as not-interesting as all of this is, trust me when I say, it makes far better reading than a blow-by-blow account of the terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day that has been happening here. I'll leave it at, settling into a new reality is difficult for all parties and the fatigue of the new is starting to kick-in in full force.
Is it bedtime yet?