Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Karen had an amazing day, it was the Karen of old, living and appreciating life, walking together hand in hand, we even managed a trip out and it was so incredible just to feel normal for a change, a moment we will savour.
When we got back it was time to catch up with miss mischievous, and what a day she had also had, it was time to move out of the incubator and into her own bed, it was a really ermotional day for us as Eva is no longer an extremely preamure baby but a thriving growing huggies one, albeit with a saw bottom, those pampers having been causing her no end of trouble so the relief on her face when she saw the huggies is best shown in the attached picture! During the move they decided that rather than trying unsuccessfully I might add to suck dads nipples we might try a bottle and the attached photos and videos tell the story, an amazing day.
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Oh and Grant will be sure top keep us all posted when he wins the Hartley 16 nationals although he may need the esteemed help of Guy (rockstar sailor) and I for that.
Oh, there ain't no nappies like Huggies.
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On the other side of the hospital Eva continues to be a star and her facial expressions are too funny.
Off to vent my pissed off frustrations at whoever is near.
Monday, March 30, 2009
The weather is changing and it feels like winter is departing and the warmer months of summer are upon us, our pram turns up tomorrow and all going to plan Karen will be home in just over a week with Eva not that far behind and then the three of us can look forward to enjoying the outdoors once again, a family once again united.
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Sunday, March 29, 2009
Eva is eating, well through a tube anyway, shitting and sleeping happily, Karen is pretty much doing the same but at least she gets to chew her food.
Another round of chemo tomorrow so let the games begin, thanks again to all of you for you messages, texts and gifts.
A really big thank you to Marcus for setting up our blog and as a result making it so much easier to keep you all up to date.
Bye for now.