February 2, 2012 The Waiting Game

current remedy: Cuprum Metalicum 30C

date of last dosing: 1 21 2012 ( 12 Days)          

current CEASE clearing and dose: none last Varicella dose given on 1/26/12

CEASE Clearings Completed To Date: Hep B (2 rounds) , Dtap, MMR (3 rounds) Varicella ( 2 rounds)

Beginning Date of CEASE therapy:  June 21, 2010

current supplements: Omega 3, Zinc, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Biotics IAG Prebiotic, Pediatric Custom Vitamin/Mineral Base Powder

returning old symptoms :   low speech, jumping on beds,  not using utensils when eating, noise sensitivity, rigid movements and feeling   Note: all of the old symptoms listed are with less severity

significant positive behaviors:   very affectionate, desire to learn to write and read

current cell salt:  Kali Phos 6x

 <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

Hello All,

Lizzy has been feeling the effects of the Varicella 10M clearing. This is our second Varicella clearing and I believe we need to do it one more time. Of course, it is up to our new CEASE therapist but my gut says we should do it one more time. We have a phone consult on Feb. 14th and I am very eager to speak with her. She comes very highly recommended by our last homeopath and more importantly, it feels right. Time will tell what we have to do next for Lizzy. Until then we will be watching and observing any changes.

On a happy note, Lizzy is more interested in school the last few days. She is very willing to sit and work on learning how to form letters. She wants to write again. This was not the case the last few weeks. She did not want to be told what to do or how to do it. Typical behavior for her. Lizzy can be very stubborn and her willingness to sit and learn is a welcome change. There is nothing worse than one’s teaching falling on deaf ears. Especially when it is your own child. It can be very stressful. Like all of my other kids I am waiting for her to want to join in. Forcing her into things when she is not feeling well is insane. I have talked about this in the past and the steps to this dance can be tricky. I am still working without the aid of a consultant. This will hopefully change soon. As soon as the funds are available, we will sign up with a woman who works exclusively with special needs kids. I can’t wait to collaborate with her. “When the student is ready, the master will appear.” Just have to do what Lizzy told me last year, “Wait, wait, wait.”

Until then, here is a video of Lizzy after getting her hair combed. As you can see, I am not looking my best, but off we went. She hugged me and it went from there. She was very calm and expressive.

During the video I am whispering in her ear and telling her things that she likes to do. When I stopped talking about her and switched to what I like to do she said, “Stop that.” You can figure out the rest.

Enjoy!!!

5 thoughts on “February 2, 2012 The Waiting Game

  1. How absolutely cool to see Lizzie engaged in the silly and loving game!!! I cried tears of joy watching her enjoy this moment so much. I am glad that Dante watched the video and enjoyed it as well. What a gift you have shared! She is a beautiful angel and i just love your exchange with her. May God continue to bless you and your beautiful family.

  2. Hey Mom,
    Waiting can be a hard gig to understand or just a pain at times. I know for myself as you are well aware of at times I struggle with this too. But it’s always worth the wait when it arrives what ever were waiting for. Love the video I can’t wait to see more when they arrive. Keep going your doing a GREAT job !
    Love, Ian

  3. That video was adorable! Lizzy is such a silly girl. Amy you gave me a brilliant idea, I’m buying a mirror to put in Alex’s room this weekend! I’m sure it will come in handy during therapy 🙂 he loves to stand in front of the mirror and make faces, mess with his hair, etc. I’m sure this little trick will help him learn how to control his mouth when trying to make sounds!

    Lizzy you sure made my night, hearing giggle and laugh was awesome 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s