She will be working down on Topamax and will hopefully be totally off of it in three months! This would be a great thing because Topamax is known to cause grogginess, speech delays, and a loss of appetite; Allie needs none of these things.
The idea of adjusting her medication is scary but in an exciting way. On one hand, we don't want to mess with a good thing. She has been seizure free for nearly three months and it has been a glorious three months. On the other hand, we have already taken the Topamax dosage down twice so far and each time she has seemed a little clearer. Here's to hoping for a good thing.
In other news, Jonathan almost got in three car accidents on the 15-minute drive home from the doctor. It was a tense drive.
Check out some snapshots from Allie's constraint therapy practice tonight. She picked up the necklace, waved it around, and then put it in my hand. It still shocks me when she does something this amazing.