I have to also say that Lila has been having a TON of trouble sleeping here. For those of you that know Lila, this may come as no surprise. However, it usually takes a couple of weeks for her to settle in, and we have been here since September 24th...much longer than a couple of weeks. Sometimes therapy does this to her body, as all of the new circulation to the brain causes her brain to run on overdrive, and her body to be next to non functional. Well, it has never been this bad before. She hasn't napped but 3 times in 3 weeks, and is having a huge amount of trouble getting comfortable in bed at night, every night. She will be yawning uncontrollably at dinner at 5pm, so right after dinner we will start the bedtime routine. Lila will be in bed by 6:45 or 7:00, and will still be calling me at 9:30 pm to come in her room because she can't get comfortable. I am trying everything at this point, and am hoping for this pattern to break very very soon. The bags under her eyes are almost bruised, as they are so dark and purple black from lack of sleep, and at home she is falling like crazy because her body is not getting the recovery time it needs. In this state, I have no idea how she took 610 steps, but she did!
I am thankful for so much, and extra thankful that we are not coming home after this 4 weeks session, like we would normally be doing. We will continue to stay here and put in the hard work, so that upon our return, Lila will be a dramatically different "walker" :-)