Abby has 2 more weeks before school starts. She's all smiles when I talk about it, so I think she is excited. I am glad she has the same teacher and aids. She loves them so much, and will be so happy to see them. I'm so ready to get into the school routine. It will give me some time for Logan, and it will give Abby some interaction with people other than myself. Her classroom will have some new touchscreen computers and communication devices that I'm anxious to see.
Abby is sleeping tonight in foot orthotics. I'm not sure how well she will sleep, as I can hear her wiggling around upstairs while I write this post, but we'll see. She didn't get upset when I put them on, I just got the "what are you doing now" look. She will let me try just about anything. Her heel cords are tight, so this orthotic will stretch them slightly while she sleeps. The hope is that this will correct the heel cords, and nothing else will need to be done. Having tight heel cords can impede her ability to walk. I don't think it is the culprit in the "melting spell" issue, but maybe. We see Dr. Percy tomorrow as a part of the Rett Syndrome Study, so we will get some information about it then.