Lizzy and I both hit critical mass today. I was feeling down and just irritable this morning. Lizzy started the day by being impatient, screaming, kicking the walls and just plain angry. So it was Carcinocin 30C for her and Carcinocin 200C for me. Within an hour, peace and tranquility reigned once more.
Am not too surprised. Lizzy and I got about two weeks out of the last dose and that is not too bad. Honestly, when Lizzy acts like this it wears on the entire household. Her impatience and fussiness is not fun at all. Plus my mood wasn’t helping either. The difficult part is learning to read whether she is behaving like a little girl who is trying to get her way or is she in need of her remedy. The deciding factor came when she started to drool while she was crying. Drooling is an old symptom that surfaces from time to time. Plus she was letting her nose run while she was throwing a fit. Normally she does not drool and she can wipe her nose on her own when necessary. So, there it is.
I am glad that she was dosed again. This will allow her time to level off by the time I talk to her ND on the 5th. We will have more info. to share and get a clear idea of when to start the next MMR clearing.
It has been raining here and the constant moisture is not something she does well with. This means more time indoors and less chance to really run, climb and play hard. One day is okay but more than that she gets hyper and fussy. Right now she feels warm to the touch and that is s.o.p. (standard operating procedure) for her after having her remedy. It is an amazing process. Her body is working on healing itself and that is what we want to see. I can’t ask for much more at this point. It just takes time. Our goal has not changed from the first day we started homeopathy 3 years ago, we must stay the course.
Lizzy is no longer having the cell salt Kali Phos 6X everyday. We have switched over to Mag Phos 6X because her muscles are very tight again. Another old symptom coming to the surface with less severity. She has been pressing on her lower abdomen again today and the Mag Phos is great for any kind of pain or cramping. I love these cell salts, just can’t say it enough. Within 15 minutes of having the Mag Phos the pressing on her abdomen stopped.
Her appetite is fair, but she is leaning towards sweets at this point and that too is s.o.p. Another old behavior is her requesting to watch more tv. Her favorites during a time like this are shows that are very brightly colored. Simpsons, Clifford, Signing Times all of these selections are very saturated with color. She needs stimuli. Am not exactly sure what need she is trying to fill. Wish I knew. Just need to follow her lead and make the best of every bit of information she can provide.
By the time I was preparing dinner I cut off all tv and computers for the day. Enough is enough. Lizzy accepted it and did not question my decision at all. The Carcinocin was already doing its thing. YES!
We are making London Broil for dinner and I am hoping our menu choice for tonight will help also. Lizzy does better with protein, especially beef. Lizzy is blood type O and type O’s need protein or they get grumpy. I am exactly the same way.
After calming the masses…
I finished preparing dinner. Willy and I made more lemonade and we all sat down to eat. Lizzy saw what was being served and eagerly scanned the entrée. I served her and she relished every morsel. “May I have more beef please?” Two more servings later she was holding my hand and blowing me kisses. Success!! She used her fork correctly and remembered to use her manners too. Thank you God!
With a full tummy, she pushed her chair away from the table and walked over to me. Lizzy had her lips puckered, sat on my lap and gave me a kiss. She caressed my face and had “Ahhhhh”. Boy did I need that! This little girl always knows what I need. This whole week has had some very funky moments. With me needing my remedy, Lizzy’s behavior today, and her adorable siblings Katie (age 2) and Matthew (age 3) being toddlers this week has been fragrant to say the least. Any parent knows, toddlers can beat one down to their socks!
After dinner and clean up it is off to bed for all of the “Littles” and “Middles”. Daddy is working late tonight so I have a date with a book that I recently acquired. With my feet up and a glass of water nearby I wish everyone out there, a wonderful night. Through the grace of God we will have more growing and healing tomorrow.
Sweet dreams til next time.