|Alex's first pony ride of the day, yesterday. He is fearless.|
|Riding on Grandpa John's shoulders.|
We decided to go to urgent care, so I climbed into the car, and with escalating anxiety my symptoms magnified. Dan called 911 and the ambulance met us at the end of our street.
|So much to look at and see, it was hard to get his attention.|
I won't lie though. The Pristiq started off rough, I was nauseated a lot, and tired for the first two weeks taking it, but now, emotionally, I feel pretty good. I still feel tired a lot, I'm hoping that will normalize at some point.
|First of three hay-rides. This one was with Grandma & Grandpa.|
So yes, I'm a mental case. I'm a bit iffy about driving when I am in my dizzy phase. But hopefully that will go away.
|Another pony ride. Because tears and grandma. Spoildy. Cried when I took|
him off the pony.
|Naturally, the aftermath of the day.|
|My cutie pie.|
I'm sorry to those of you that don't like 'all about the baby' photos. It's hard not to post photos of my kid when he is the center of my horizon. He is so beautiful to me. I hope with this medication that I will be doing projects again, and working on some costume stuff. I plan to do a tutorial on how to do a dormeuse cap. Those will come, I promise.
That's it for now. Thanks for following me, guys. Sorry I've slowed down so much. I hope that maybe this medication will take the doldrums away. Happy Halloween!