We were getting ready to run to the store today and Casha was sitting at the bottom of the stairs putting her socks and shoes on. She happened to be putting her right shoe on her left foot so I told her that she needed to switch her shoe to the other foot, her right foot. She looked at me, pointed to her left foot and said, "This is my right foot and", while pointing to her right foot said, "this is my left foot." I attempted to correct her and pointed to her right foot saying, "This one is your right foot." She looked back up at me after paying very close attention to what I'd said and told me, "I changed my legs." and went about putting her shoes on. I about fell over! LOL
Well, we bit the bullet and travelled to Chicago to have Casha evaluated by a new AVT. We learned a lot and had some thoughts and ideas confirmed. We're very pleased with the outcome and have lots to think and chat about. We are a little bummed that we used our last possible Chicago visit as a working visit but it was worth it. We do hate travelling all the way up there, using my parents house as free room and board/dog sitting service, and then we barely even see them. They tend to get shafted because we try to combine visits with other people and do other things and then they're usually seeing Casha when she's at her absolute worst. We had hoped to visit with family once more before baby arrives and had been planning a museum trip with Casha:-( I guess it will have to wait until after baby. And, of course, now I'm feeling sick because I pushed myself too hard. Time to rest and recuperate.