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  • Sometimes I forget how much time we spend at medical appointments. Looking up #throwbackthursday I found out that for the past three years we have spent this day at medical appointments. 
Two years ago, Katherine was having another #EEG. Being diagnosed with generalized epilepsy at seven means many, many of these tests. Short 30-40 minute ones and long 24-48hr ones. She’s always been a trooper through each one and the sleep deprivation she has to do in preparation. 
One year ago, @michaelbuttgen and I were at the plastic surgeon with Benjamin. Since kindergarten he has had pyogenic granulomas and hemangiomas that press out of his head and neck. They typically don’t cause issues unless they get pretty large. If they get nicked when cutting his hair or shaving, they can bleed quite a bit. In that case, the plastic surgeon often takes it off and sends it to pathology to figure out exactly what it is. They do it in the office and Benjamin says it isn’t too painful, but it can take a while to get it all done and stitched up. 
Today, (I don’t have a photo) Michael and I spent time at a PT/OT office for Michael to have some very important testing done. Three and a half to four hours of important testing done. I’ll let him tell you all more about that. 
Even though it feels like our second home is doctors’ offices and hospitals; it’s good to look back and remember so we can keep moving forward. - @glendabuttgen Sometimes I forget how much time we spend at medical appointments. Looking up #throwbackthursday I found out that for the past three years we have spent this day at medical appointments. Two years ago, Katherine was having another #eeg. Being diagnosed with generalized epilepsy at seven means many, many of these tests. Short 30-40 minute ones and long 24-48hr ones. She’s always been a trooper through each one and the sleep deprivation she has to do in preparation. One year ago, @michaelbuttgen and I were at the plastic surgeon with Benjamin. Since kindergarten he has had pyogenic granulomas and hemangiomas that press out of his head and neck. They typically don’t cause issues unless they get pretty large. If they get nicked when cutting his hair or shaving, they can bleed quite a bit. In that case, the plastic surgeon often takes it off and sends it to pathology to figure out exactly what it is. They do it in the office and Benjamin says it isn’t too painful, but it can take a while to get it all done and stitched up. Today, (I don’t have a photo) Michael and I spent time at a PT/OT office for Michael to have some very important testing done. Three and a half to four hours of important testing done. I’ll let him tell you all more about that. Even though it feels like our second home is doctors’ offices and hospitals; it’s good to look back and remember so we can keep moving forward. - @glendabuttgen
  • Sometimes I forget how much time we spend at medical appointments. Looking up #throwbackthursday I found out that for the past three years we have spent this day at medical appointments. Two years ago, Katherine was having another #eeg. Being diagnosed with generalized epilepsy at seven means many, many of these tests. Short 30-40 minute ones and long 24-48hr ones. She’s always been a trooper through each one and the sleep deprivation she has to do in preparation. One year ago, @michaelbuttgen and I were at the plastic surgeon with Benjamin. Since kindergarten he has had pyogenic granulomas and hemangiomas that press out of his head and neck. They typically don’t cause issues unless they get pretty large. If they get nicked when cutting his hair or shaving, they can bleed quite a bit. In that case, the plastic surgeon often takes it off and sends it to pathology to figure out exactly what it is. They do it in the office and Benjamin says it isn’t too painful, but it can take a while to get it all done and stitched up. Today, (I don’t have a photo) Michael and I spent time at a PT/OT office for Michael to have some very important testing done. Three and a half to four hours of important testing done. I’ll let him tell you all more about that. Even though it feels like our second home is doctors’ offices and hospitals; it’s good to look back and remember so we can keep moving forward. - @glendabuttgen
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