I met with his school nurse on Tuesday to update her on his new med and side effects to look for (most rare yet possible- neuroleptic malignant syndrome) she never heard of either the drug or the side effects. REALLY? not remember NMS? I remember VERY well Ms Wyszynski going over that in Med Surg III. telling us how to "snatch that patient from the grip of death" as NMS is pretty fatal if you don't identify and address it very quickly. Bub's Dr and I talked for a great while about how frequent that side effect had manifested in her years of practice (very VERY little). I told the school nurse that if he shows symptoms of NMS call 911. She said they don't like doing that w/o calling the parents first. !!!!???!!???! call me, I'll call 911 and meet him at the hospital! Seriously...if you had a kid go into a diabetic coma (likely in a school setting at some point), you would call the parents before you dialed 911? I have grave concerns about this nurse and her desire to protect her license....
I was going thru the pictures on my camera and noticed some pictures I didn't take, and aren't in the style or nature of pictures Joe would take..(Joe takes pictures when I hand him the camera and say, "Just take a picture of me and the kids already!!!!!") And Bub has been understanding the camera, and loves to turn it on while making his "elaborations" to watch the progress on screen, like he's on TV or something. :) it's cute. But I think he actually took some pictures while he was viewing his progress. I need to buy him a cheap $20 digital camera soon, so he won't keep stealing my pricey one! lol
|I took this picture of his geo-work by the driveway|
|Self-portrait taken by Bub...how about them nostrils? hee!|
|Rolly-balls! Bub LOVES his rolly-balls! Unfortunately, Zbear does too...|
And a while back...I posted about Zbear pulling out the Monkey wood salad bowl my parents got us. I found the shot. Click HERE for that post.
|Monkey girl in monkey bowl!|