We are doing a few different things to help him and he's picking up but still isn't right, so we will see if we can get through this week and go back to the doctor again next week. It's always a long day and week when Noah is home from school as it's more of an effort to get out, and it's nicer for him to just be able to rest at home.
On Sunday Harri started complaining of a neck ache, and by Sunday night he was in tears with it. On Monday morning he was just about to leave to go to school and burst into tears as he went to turn his head and still had a lot of pain. I told him to stay home as well, so Kobe and I had both boys home with us yesterday. I rang our awesome chiropractor who fitted in Harri straight away and said his neck was very jammed up and had lots of inflammation and also said his pelvis was out and his hips had some rotation which wouldn't have been helping. She adjusted him and he was in pain the whole time and we are going back again tomorrow.
After going to the chiro we had a couple of jobs we needed to do, so I thought I'd attempt taking the three of them to Kmart and the supermarket just to get a few things. It's always so easy when it's just me and Kobe as he just sits in the trolley and chats away the whole time, but taking the three of them without Jay was another story!
Harri was walking like a robot the whole time as he couldn't move his neck, and then started crying and complaining about pushing Kobe. Noah is a lot harder to push than a trolley, so I ended up pushing Noah and pulling the trolley behind me as Harri dragged his feet behind us in tears the whole time as he held his neck.
I did get to go out to the gym this morning as I got to leave Noah home with Aaron, but while I was there I got a phone call to go and pick up Harri from school as his neck was giving him a lot of pain. He has been walking around like a robot all day as he can't move his neck very much.
It's already been a long week and it's only Tuesday! Hopefully everyone will start to pick up very soon and things will be back to 'normal' if there is such a thing!