The only frustration that remains is Bianca's eating. She is quite willing (I won't go so far as to say happy) to eat what we make her and she knows it is not really negotiable anymore, but boy does she eat slowly. An hour, hour and a half later she'll still sit with her plate of food half full. We simply don't know how to convince her to eat quicker. So it is a bit frustrating for both Terence and I at the moment.
We've found a way to give Caitlyn her eye drops - just wait until she is fast asleep. We did it late this afternoon when she fell asleep in the car and she didn't even wake up when Terence quietly put the eye drops into her eyes - brilliant! Of course the same new strategy doesn't work so well with the nose spray and she hates that as much as ever. I managed one nosteril and then she chased me out of her room. Oh well, I guess tomorrow we are back at holding her down which I must say is one of the most traumatic things to witness and be part of, to watch her struggle and fight like that and then finally just crying... Not fun at all, let me tell you. Just a pity that she doesn't quite grasp the concept "the medicines will make you feel better".