In parenting in general I have always tried to avoid using the words "I will never". I figured eventually I would most likely become a hypocrite because how could I say "never" when the whole experience was something I had never taken part in and therefore knew nothing about to make such a hefty accusation. I knew in the back of my mind how I wanted certain things to play out, but then life happens and you just never know what choices you thought you would "never" choose.
The opposite has been the case when it comes to specific anti-seizure medications. Once you get thrown into the world of seizures and spasms, and various drug names you quickly get a clever idea of the drugs that you would not want to spill on the floor due to the hazards much less put into your child's body. From the beginning Sam and I were adamant "we would never" give Sonzee the drug Clobozam, also known as Onfi. It is a "big gun" anti-epileptic medication, known as a sedative and classified as a controlled substance. The warnings for this drug are printed in bold on Onfi's very own website.
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