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Dealing with Alzheimer’s Blog: Surviving Christmas

It’s the day after Christmas and I survived another one!  It wasn’t so bad considering we had Ian to make us smile!

He was one month old on Christmas and a delight — although his mom and dad probably don’t think that when he is crying. 

One nice thing about my son being on paternity leave is that he is a little more accessible to us and was able to go with me and my husband to my neurologist appointment on Friday.  I was really hesitant about getting a new doctor, but being stressed out with my other doctor took more of a toll on me.  But we loved the new doctor — he spent a lot of time with us and we talked about a lot of things, some options available to me and it was such a relief. I’m glad my son had an opportunity to meet him, as he may be dealing with him some day and at least they have met face to face.

Enjoy the rest of the holidays!


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