That's how Matthew has taken to daily home E-stim. In fact, the other day, he even asked for the "tinglies". Never a fight. Ever.
I should be high-fiving, and yet I'm not. I am worried that his motivation behind this is to get rid of his AFO. That he hopes by doing this, soon, his foot will work and he can get rid of the brace.
Which, is exactly what I hope for too.
And I worry, that if it doesn't, he will stop wanting to do E-stim.
Guess all we can do is take it one day at a time.
And hope. Always hope.
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