Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Today was a big Bay Day. I took her down to the Dr, to discuss what was behind her recent fainting spell. Her Dr, also Max's Dr (and soon to be Sarah's), is a pediatrician. She is incredibly thorough (and smart). She questioned Bailey about her diet, her medications, what she ate or drank, how much water she had, if she felt funny when she stood up, how her ears were affected by the fainting............ she covered pretty much anything and everything.

In the end, after much examination and blood pressure tests in various positions, the Dr decided that it was probably due to a problem with Bay's inner ear. That's what regulates balance. She also explained the importance of eating correctly so that she doesn't suffer from low blood sugar. I've spoken with Bay about nutrition time and again, but I'm Mom, what do I know?

Bay hates it when she learns that I'm right about yet another thing. Hee hee. I love it.

Here is a photo of Bay with her boyfriend, Greg, at the dance that they attended a couple of weekends ago. I cannot get over those legs.

I found this one while looking for some Bay shots for this post. This is Bailey standing next to my nephew, Chance, at the creek. I need to get over there. I look forward to floating in this water in about..........6 months. Possibly 7. Ahhh......


I missed Ruby Tuesday this week!!! Darn it! I hope that you all had fun.
Don't forget to enter my giveaway, if you haven't already. I'd really like to give you that photo! ;D
Now I'm off to bed, because I'm out of time - today is now tomorrow!

4 comments:

Dianne said...

'today is now tomorrow' - I know that reality

I'm glad it's something that can be dealt.

She is a beautiful beautiful girl.

But hey, look at Mom :)

Leah said...

I'm so glad that Bay had a good appt. and got some good info. I love when the ones you love won't listen to you, but if someone else tells them the same thing they believe that other person. Go figure. :)
Love the pic from the dance! Dresses sure have changed since we were in school, haven't they? She looks great...and beautiful like always. :)

rambling woods said...

Michelle..I'm glad that it wasn't anything serious with Bay. I used to have similar issues with my daughter as a teen about taking good care of herself,,but what did I know. Well..when she was in collage, she decided that I did know what I was talking about. Hang on..it will get better..

Askew To You said...

Oh, you! I'm always wondering how on Earth I made such a pretty girl. I am so struggling to get to all my responsibilities right now.

Leah, yes, they have changed! It's so short. A teacher made this inappropriate comment about tossing pennies on the ground and getting her to bend over. Really an idiot comment and it came from a FEMALE teacher.

You know, I'm in complete agreement - eventually she will appreciate what I know. I know that's what I did with my mom. ;D