So this diet can take up to three months to work (if it's going to). That's a long time to anticipate, worry, wait, and hope. It's also a long time to keep hopes high only to be disappointed and be sent back to square one.
I'm still seeing seizures. No instant fix here!
But I will report that these past couple of days have been atypical. By that I mean taking care of Noah has been a breeze. There's a little more paperwork involved but overall it's been strangely calm around here. It's almost unnerving. I'm, of course, waiting for the other shoe to drop 'cause it seems like it always does. I have been a little more relaxed and found myself to actually be a little happy. Feeds have gone down a little faster and I haven't seen as many coming right back up to taunt me and drive me insane. Also, he cried yesterday and today. Normally he doesn't cry at all(most wouldn't complain about this but it's VERY unnatural to have a child who doesn't cry). Now I just have to figure out what he wants! Passive baby no more?Opinionated baby? Maybe... Wouldn't that be nice? Possibly a personality coming through the seizure haze?