I know this has been discussed before. I'm interested in hearing about low-key diagnosis anniversary celebrations. We don't have much time to plan (two more days), Thursday is his busiest day of the week (three dance classes), and we're just low-key about most things. But what are some of the quick ideas?
A year ago today I know I was at home from work with a teen who had spent the night and morning vomiting all over the hall. We'd just returned from Rome the day before and were both jet-lagged, but feeling guilty that he wasn't in school (since all the other kids from the trip supposedly were in school). It would take two more days before I took him to the doctor because while he wasn't throwing up anymore, he wasn't regaining strength, just slept and slept, was out of it, and then there was the really weird ways he was acting in Italy, like drinking everything in sight, having to find restrooms constantly and ticking off the teacher in charge, falling asleep in restaurants, acting very strangely. He looks back on the trip as great, but I was quite worried and it's not a great memory for me.