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    He is the best thing that has ever happened to me He just turned three this past September. Tonight I am in a great deal of pain from a flair (a stupid coffee incident).
    I was laying on the couch in deep thought about IC and everything else stressful in my life, when my son tuns to me and says "Ma?". "Yes", I replied, "Does bread grown on trees?" I burst out in laughter while explaining to him how bread is made ( In the best way I could to a three year old).
    He was so cute!!!!!!!! Totally took my mind off IC for a little while.
    Just something I thought I would share.

    Diagnosed with IC in 1998
    Subdural Hematoma in 1998
    Diagnosed with HPV in 2001
    Diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder in 2005

    Current Medications:
    Pyridium
    Thinking about trying DMSO treatments.

  • #2
    Oh how sweet! Makes we want to go wake up my three year old.

    When is your son's b-day. My sons is Sept. 1st!
    BBB - Diagnosed with Moderate/Severe IC (age 12), Severe PFD and V V (age 21), IBS (from birth) & Gastroparesis (age 42)

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    • #3
      Liam's b-day is september 12

      Diagnosed with IC in 1998
      Subdural Hematoma in 1998
      Diagnosed with HPV in 2001
      Diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder in 2005

      Current Medications:
      Pyridium
      Thinking about trying DMSO treatments.

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      • #4
        Griffin is 3 as well but his bday is August 2nd. He always says things that make me laugh. My hubby and I had our 4th wedding anniversary last week and when I got home from work he said "Happy Annigrocery Mommy!" I just about fell on the floor laughing so hard and made him repeat it about ten times. No matter how many times I said anniversary he would still say annigrocery. hehe
        Christine



        I have been diagnoised for 6 1/2 years now. I have taken a long break from the ICN but really miss helping out my fellow IC patients and want to get back into posting.
        1st hydro 4/07 showed no visible signs of IC but tons of mast cells in all my biopsy samples which did prove IC.
        2nd hydro 4/13/09 showed dark purple glomerulations and I had a capacity of 450 cc's. This hydro proved that my IC had progressed.
        I have tried every oral medication as well as rescue instills and DMSO.

        I have been lucky enough to see Dr Hanno, the top IC specialist in PA who has told me due to the fact that I have not responded to any "standard" treatments that I have a severe, end stage case of IC with a horrible quality of life (didn't have to tell me that last part!)

        Proud wifey of Shane, mommy to Griffin, and step-mom to Logan and Gage
        Also proud mom to the best Bullmastiff on earth, Claus

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        • #5
          lol how cute... my 2 year old (8/11) knows the entire song of twinke twinkle little star.
          usng most of the words, and his own.. but he has the beat down pat.
          'The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.'

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          • #6
            Children are so precious and say the cutest things
            Miss Bessie

            Galatians 6:2 - Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

            Hebrews 13:2 - Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by doing so some people have entertained angels without knowing it.

            Proverbs 4:23 - Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life

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            • #7
              Oh, how cute!!! These little boys are so precious!!!
              BBB - Diagnosed with Moderate/Severe IC (age 12), Severe PFD and V V (age 21), IBS (from birth) & Gastroparesis (age 42)

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              • #8
                Aren't they wonderful at that age? Enjoy every minute, before you know it they'll be hulking teenagers who are sure they know more than you! Although really, I'm enjoying my daughter's adolescence too.
                Je vous souhaite de la joie, de la bonne santée, et tout ce qu'il y a de bon dans la vie.
                Wishing you happiness and good health, and all the best out of life.

                Peace, Carolyn
                ___________________________________________________

                Laura (11), Susannah (12 1/2) and Maman (that's me!), North Wildwood NJ, September 2007


                On the Beach with IC

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                • #9
                  Carolyn, I have three teenage step-children, I know what they turn into, lol
                  Christine



                  I have been diagnoised for 6 1/2 years now. I have taken a long break from the ICN but really miss helping out my fellow IC patients and want to get back into posting.
                  1st hydro 4/07 showed no visible signs of IC but tons of mast cells in all my biopsy samples which did prove IC.
                  2nd hydro 4/13/09 showed dark purple glomerulations and I had a capacity of 450 cc's. This hydro proved that my IC had progressed.
                  I have tried every oral medication as well as rescue instills and DMSO.

                  I have been lucky enough to see Dr Hanno, the top IC specialist in PA who has told me due to the fact that I have not responded to any "standard" treatments that I have a severe, end stage case of IC with a horrible quality of life (didn't have to tell me that last part!)

                  Proud wifey of Shane, mommy to Griffin, and step-mom to Logan and Gage
                  Also proud mom to the best Bullmastiff on earth, Claus

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                  • #10
                    Little ones are great.

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                    • #11
                      hahahahaha..very cute indeed!

                      Diana..
                      (\__/)
                      (o.O )
                      (> < ) This is Bunny. He's on his way to world domination.

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                      • #12
                        My baby is now 21, but I have a funny story that he did one time. I hope you don't mind if I share mine too.

                        Tyler had a huge love for boxes. No matter where we were, he would gather up boxes and make them into things. One time when he was about 3, we were trying to gather up boxes since we were getting ready to move. We were constantly getting him to quit getting in them and tearing them up. One time my husband finally just had enough and the stress of moving had just gotten to both of us.

                        Tyler again got in the box and was trying to make it his plane. My husband was very firm with him and said Tyler, get out of the box now, or I am going to get you out myself and spank you in the process. I have never seen that child move so fast. A few minutes later, he came up to his dad and wanted to know where his "process" was.

                        Now bare with me, I have a story on my oldest as well. My older son is 3 years older than my younger son. He was so into having a little brother/sister for the last several months of my pregnancy. When Tyler was born, he had a slight fever, so I was in the hospital a couple more days than usual since I was nursing him and back then the insurance companies weren't as strict as they are now. So my husband and my older son came up to the hospital and we would walk around the hospital sometimes just so I could get out of my room. Justin was very aware of everything that went on around him, plus he would talk to anyone and tell the nurses that he would be back to get his brother. Back then alot of the nurses still wore the white nursing uniforms. Anyway when Ty was about 6 months old, we went out of town to go to a wedding. We were walking down the corrider of the hotel and my older son kept noticing the maids that were cleaning the rooms. He got so emotional and just burst into tears. My husband picked him up to see what was wrong. In between his hysterical sobs, he said I don't want to take my little brother back to the hospital. We had to explain to him that the ladies were not nurses and we were in a hotel. He didn't allow anyone in a white uniform near Tyler. Of course, that love for his baby brother didn't last for long and I am sure he would have loved to take him back plenty of times, but it's so fun to remember the things our kids say.

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                        • #13
                          ROFLMAO!! I can just picture a bread tree. Loaves of white and wheat and rye and pumpernickel hanging down... some farmer putting on bags when it rains so the bread doesn't get soggy....

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