Summer fun was on the agenda for my sons and me on July 21, 2017. It was a relaxed day spent playing, laughing, toy shopping and eating ice cream. We planned to end the day with a romp in the splash pad and dinner in the park after a quick stop at the doctor’s office. I remember driving around the city that day feeling grateful for the simple, easy, fun time we were having. It was a day of “yes” – a day when you say “yes” to requests more often than you say “no.” Those days don’t happen all that often.
I wasn’t expecting anything significant to come from the doctor’s appointment. Our youngest, only three at the time, had started wetting the bed again. This coincided with his first experience at day camp, so we chalked it up to a reaction to the change in his routine. But then the frequency of the accidents increased significantly. During the day, he was constantly thirsty and always needing to pee. [Read more…]