All the indicators I thought I had no longer hold true for any length of time.
Yesterday we cut a giant blister on her foot that dropped a big puddle of fluid on our floor. I was shocked at it's size as I haven't seen one that size since last spring.
It might have had to do with her jumping in the snow.
I'm proud to say she's hit a new milestone in agility - sort of.. I watched her in glee as we had her in the snow six days in a row playing to her hearts content. She's finally figured out that she can jump simultaneously with both feet to get air then the hobbled one two step she used to do. She did it over and over till she was sure we all understood her new ability. I cringed each and every bounce, but I couldn't bring myself to stop her. I just held to an internal theory that the soft snow underfoot would lessen any friction at any point of her foot. Clearly the theory was wrong. Didn't help that we waited two days to do the change there after.
Once snipping the side and watching the three second pour to the floor, I pushed out the remnant fluid and traces of blood, Raquel flinched, shuddered and cried. Blood stains quickly pushed through once the bandaging had been reapplied as she changed from pain to her typical pain in the neck personality. Hardly showing that moments before I'd been hurting her. Then she continued in good humour to finish her waking hours then sleeping through the night without hardly a blip.
I don't get it.. Again EB is a mystery.
On top of that she's had the most body blisters I've seen on her yet. I'm sensing a point that I might have to wrap larger parts of her torso should this continue.
The hard part, is that while at home we're quite rambunctious with play and she carries that on without much fear in the less safer zones of her daily life.
To inhibit or not to inhibit?