Oooohhh my goodness.
Constant, go go go go go go go. I really don't think he was ready for another steroid pulse. His energy is relentless. Unfortunately, unlike most three year olds, it tends to catch up with him. With the nice weather as an additive to super hero like qualities, (not to mention the many many layers of 70 sunblock), his ankles seem to be acting up a bit. I tried to get him to wrap them up in ace bandages to give him some extra support. I cut it in half to make it sized to fit him. That did not go over well. He wanted no part of that. He kept falling though and has a Frankenstein step going on. He loves to full on run. An ace bandage gets in the way of that. I am not overly concerned about it right now. On top on his energy he has been in one I'll-get-out-go bad moods for the past 2 days. Tantrum after tantrum after tantrum. Either he is over doing it but fails to stop because he is a three year old or I don't know. I say I don't know because I of course fear the worse. I can come up with one hundred million things I fear he is in a bad mood. But then you drop the mother act. Go with logic. Sometimes you just in a bad mood. I also have another theory. Tale end of terrible two's? At the peak of terrible two's is when he had a lot muscle weakness. He has some making up to do. I can remember back to last year when he would try to throw a tantrum. He would involuntarily end up on the floor because his muscles could not support the motion of a tantrum. Then he would get stuck on the floor unable to get up. So yay to these tantrums? Be thankful he can have them? I think not. Nice try though. We go in Thursday for our second dose of Rituxan and IVIG which means we won't be able to pull off the a day stay. That will put us in for the night. And another lovely dose of steroids.
Happy Birthday to McGuire