CULLODEN — Janea Cox rarely sleeps and always has plenty to keep her up at night.
Her daughter, Haleigh, usually wakes from her continual grogginess at about 7 p.m. and often doesn’t wind down to sleep until 4 a.m.
“I think I’ve got a little vampire, here,” Cox said Thursday morning as she was trying to rouse the 6-year-old.
“How did that happen?” she asks Haleigh in a higher, sweeter tone than her normal speaking voice.
Intractable epilepsy left the girl practically motionless from brain damage after thousands of seizures.
“Since she can’t…
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