We went to Atlanta for the scope and John did GREAT! He didn't cry at all and was so brave. His esophagus looked really good too! That's always a good sign but not really a good indicator of what the biopsy results will be.
Two days after John's scope he started preschool. This was something that I really struggled with for a long time. After many IEP meetings and discussions I finally felt like John would be safe at school. We had a plan for him to have his formula at school and for him to be kept away from food without feeling too excluded (I hoped). John LOVED school!! He was drinking plenty while he was there and coming home asking when he could go back. He goes three days a week all day. He still has private therapy so he couldn't go 5 days a week like they wanted him to.
John's second or third day at school he threw up. I tried not to freak out and brushed it off as him just drinking too much too fast in his excitement of being at school and wanting to move on to the next thing.
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