Later Collin started having seizures and they continued for some time. I had to give him Valium to help stop them. Even though it is the same dose, measured out by the pharmacists, in the injection every time some times his reactions to the meds vary. Most times Collin will just relax enough and fall asleep. That is the point of the medication. With some form of seizures they put you on medication to wake you up so that you can control it or "snap" out of it. In other cases it is better that the body just relaxes. Well, this night Collin did not fall asleep .... he became very "happy"! He was on a little high from the medication and was loving it. Regan found it hilarious that Collin was acting so silly.... watching his hands as he moved them, kissing the chair, yelling out. I have to admit it was pretty funny. This is not the first time that Collin has reacted this way BUT this time it was fun to see Regan's reaction. The next day she even wrote a little book about her funny Bubba. It was a LONG hard night but Collin woke up the next day doing much better.
Thursday came and the much anticipated Kite Day was here! It is all that Regan could talk about from the moment that she woke up. She even invited Great Grandma Jo to come with us to this wonderful event. She was too cute!!! We were one of the first families to get there and Regan loved having most of the playground to herself. She did have to share with the special classes. Regan loved running around and trying to get it up. When Jason would get it high she would say how boring it was and she just needed to run. The down side to running however is the all to common falling. Yes, at the very end Regan fell hard. She was very embarrassed and our kite day was short lived. It ended up being a good thing that it was short because Bubba was not doing well and we needed to get him home.