- Corey's meeting us in Columbus for Ali's appointment,
and taking her home with him afterwards.
He was supposed to get papers about the reconsideration
this morning, too, but I really don't want
to talk to him about it.
I have Aliannah.
- Mommy.- What, huh?
- All right,this way, Ali.
- Her feet's cold.
Are you cold?
- Hello.- Hi.
- Good morning, how are you?
All right, so
does she fall like once a month
or once a weekor only occasionally?
- Zero to three times a day.
- Oh, I see.
- More so when she gets tiredin the evening.
- Can she catch herselfwhen she, uh, fall?
- No, she just drops.
- Ali, can you come up here?
I'll take a look at you.
Just sit over here.
She is not rigid or tight.
So--which is good.- That's awesome.
- Okay, be careful, all right.
- That's, like, crazy awesome.- Okay.
Let's just continue to makesure she does not fall much
and protect her head andthen use the wheelchair.
- We should be getting itnext week.
- Okay, okay.- Yes, thank you.
- Take care.
Ali, thank you very much.
- I'm relieved Ali's condition hasn't gotten worse
but before we leave, the hospital wants to discuss
any changes to our home schedule.
- Mom, you're makingmedical decisions
but you communicateall that with dad.
Is that still the same?
- We both need to be informed.- Yeah.
- We both need to makedecisions no matter what.
- Yeah, yeah.- That's still the same.
- Well, that yeah,now it's 50/50
to where it used to be all you.- Right, something like that.
- Okay, I know it'suncomfortable.
Have you guys had any changes
in custody paperwork?
- They're with himMonday through Friday
and then me Fridaythrough Monday.
- Okay, dad Mondaythrough Friday.
- And then we go to greatold court again January.
- Oh, and what were yousaying about court?
- We go again January 27that 1:30.
- I thought it was February.
- No, it's January now.
- Um, and what is thatcourt hearing for?
- Same stuff--custody stuff.
You guys able tomanage so far?