So what have I been doing you ask....Good question I HAVE NO IDEA......
Well I should not say that. We have been doing a lot. Jeff is almost done with school and for about 2 months ish or so he had been applying EVERYWHERE for a job......I mean EVERYWHERE...He finally found something after many hours of applying and many many prayers and some fasting he found an awesome job up in Tigard. For the past 3 weeks between school and work and he has been putting in anywhere between 12 and 14 hour days, he is in school 6 days a week. So come Sunday after church we usually take a family nap.
Which usually look like this. Jeff and me sleep and the girls play the toys (the iPad and iPod) They only get them on them on the weekends and they are usually very limited to like 1 or maybe 2 hours all weekend. If they are not playing the toys they are watching cartoons. However, 2 weeks ago we all slept and it was MARVELOUS!!!
Jasmin had a sleep study done because she sleep walks, snores, and talks A LOT during her sleep. Her sleep walking was bad she had actually walked out of the house once, and freaked Jeff out (I was not home at the time). Another time she peed in the middle of her bedroom. She has not had any accidents in well over a year, but usually it is just her walking from one room to another and she will lay down and "go back to sleep". She snores terribly as well. Like and old man snore....almost. I finally bugged the doctors at Doernbechers and they got her into a sleep study. After the consultation the Dr said he is 98% positive she has sleep apnea......which I am not at all surprised considering Grandpa Jay, Uncle Justin (Jeff's Justin), Jeff and, Uncle Theron all have sleep apnea. The doctor told me that sleep apnea in children can cause sleep walking and snoring, like I have described and in most cases it is solved by removing tonsils and adenoids.
|The machine that all the wires go into|
|All these wires will end up on Jasmin|
|Oh and these wires too|
|Here she is having her head measured so the |
could tell where to place all the wires
|Marking and preparing for the wires to stick to her head|
|This was they could measure her oxygen levels while she sleep|
|Almost done only a few more. She had wires|
on her legs, chest, back, face, behind her ears, all over
her head and one on her throat for her vocal cords