Date of Last Dosing: 09 03 2011 (26 Days)
Current CEASE clearing and dose: none
Current Supplements: Omega 3, Zinc, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Biotics IAG Prebiotic, Pediatric Custom Vitamin/Mineral Base Powder
Returning Old Symptoms : jumping on bed, blowing saliva from mouth, difficulty falling asleep
Current Cell Salt : Bioplasma 6X
CEASE Clearings Completed To Date: Hep B (2 rounds) , Dtap, MMR (3 rounds)
Lizzy has been doing better since our last entry and thank God for that. Her exteriorizations are gone and she is a happy girl again. Her behavior since Monday has been great and she is behaving like a little girl who is not uncomfortable. Her speech has kicked in and the time she spent with her Dad last week paid off big time.
Lizzy’s dad is an artist and his talents have paid off in a totally new way last week. Lizzy loves to bring us paper and markers, verbally requests what she wants us to draw or write and we all accommodate her. My drawing skills are far from noteworthy but she had a super talent to show her the way last week.
Lizzy had Todd drawing all day everyday. The poor guy was changed to his seat and she watched everything he did. She loved it! Poor guy thought he would get a break but Lizzy had something else in mind. The taskmaster cracked her whip (smile) and off Todd went to do her bidding. Lizzy had the luxury of having her sweet daddy home and to learn from a guy who has been drawing for decades.
With all of us home we decided to make a big “linner” (late lunch early dinner) and eat outside. We moved our dining table outside and set it with all of the things that make a table lovely. Linen table cloth and napkins, flowers, candles the whole deal. After making homemade egg rolls, samosas, and other items to munch on we all sat down outside to eat and have a blast together. The meal went well and the kids played outside while I cleared the table. Usually we all help, but I felt like doing it alone today. So off I went and Todd came in to find me doing it alone. “Why are you doing this by yourself? Let me help you?” The chore was shared along with uninterupted conversation and we enjoyed it very much.
Until… The taskmaster came in with her markers and paper. Lizzy expressed her expectations and Todd finally said, “Not now Lizzy, I am helping Mommy.” She gently insisted and Todd told her she had to wait or do it herself. So off she went and we continued with the dishes. Back she comes holding a piece of paper extended and says “Balloon”. Todd’s back was to Lizzy and he says, “Lizzy you have to wait!” He turns around to look at her and sees what is in her hand. Her own drawing of a balloon. We both went crazy with pride, tears and compliments. Thank you God! We needed that big time!! Lizzy is on her way once again.
Lizzy has been very verbal on the MMR 10M so far and she received her second dose 09 22 2011. We spoke with her ND on Tuesday the 20th and we both agreed that we are going to give her body a break for about three weeks after this clearing is complete. The waiting period will enable us to see what this clearing has done. We also talked about the mosquito magnet factor with Lizzy and our ND decided to put her on some b vitamins. There has been a lot of controversy regarding using vitamin B to prevent mosquito bites. I know that the multi vitamin powder could only help Lizzy. If it helps with the mosquitos that will be great too. Everyone is different.
We are very anxious to see what Lizzy will show us over the next three weeks. Last week was very difficult and I am sure we are in for more weeks like that in the future. Todd and I have learned to embrace these moments and know that are not without purpose. Though we are not very good at this sometimes we manage to get through it and talk each other off the ledge. Thank God for my Toddo. I could not do it without him. Are we perfect? Heck no! But we try very hard and that is what counts with us. All we can do is wait..
Until next time.