Matthew is the youngest of our three boys. He has been diagnosed with Mitochondrial Disorder Complex I and III, Chronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction, FTT and Glucose Intolerance. He has been through countless tests and procedures in the past 8 years . We do not know what the future holds for him, but we are going to do our best to cherish every day with him. Stay strong little man.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Matthew had a wonderful weekend. On Friday we had a picnic with preschool at a local town park. Matthew played some on the playground and loved his picnic lunch. His belly was very distended by the time we got back home.

He didn't seem to mind that it was that big.We received an e-mail from Dr. Watkins saying that he was going to call us and Dr. Meyer to get the enzymes started. Hopefully, we can start them this week. The team phone conference should also happen sometime this week. We have several things to discuss and a new plan to come up with.

Matthew and Steven helped make breakfast for Terry this morning for Father's Day. They had fun wearing chef hats and giving Terry his gifts.

Bradley was at a friend's house for the night. He didn't get home until afternoon. We went for a walk to the mall this afternoon, ate dinner and walked back home. Matthew has his preschool graduation on Thursday morning. He is very excited to be graduating but he also wants to stay in preschool.

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