Sunday, December 23, 2012

Growing Babies and Nerve Blocks

Juliet is all over the place. She started crawling just before 7 months and now that she is 7 months she's standing. That is wild! I have to lower her crib mattress today because she pulls herself up in her crib (like in pic).  I usually wake up each morning to her squeals and giggles while she's looking at me. She's such a sunshine. Anyhow, she's getting a saucer for Christmas.  Thank goodness!

Thank you so much for all your notes of well wishes!  My head hurts nonstop now and I just try to get used to it. It gets worse at night. I guess maybe I do need to get that nerve block done in my head but I'm just chicken about it. I met a lady today that has kind of the same issue and had it done too. She had it done several times and said it hurts. However,  it'll help. Blah ..... I don't really want to think about it.


Anonymous said...

Hi Jenny,
I wanted to say hi and give you a little encouragment. I had the same occipical headaches after my last child was born. I had a headache everyday for almost two years, so I can relate with your pain, and on top of that trying to take care of a family was hard. I finally was led to a physical therapist and she was able to have me pain free within my first visit. I don't know if you have thought of that route, but it was the only thing that has helped me along with lots of rest and some really good pillows. I have been pain free for two months and I am so thankful to be headache free!! Blessings to you and your family!
Kim Marshall

Virginia Revoir said...

Thank you, Kim, for your input! I will definitely look into it. It seems to be getting worse and it started a year ago. Now its so bad that I just want to curl up in a ball sometimes but I can't.