TOP: It's time to strip everything. Farewell Children's! Bottom: A few of Faith's primary nurses stopped in to say goodbye. They all have become our family! It was very tough saying goodbye!
We were not 100% positive that Faith was going to come home yesterday but a few of our friends took a gamble and surprised us by giving Faith a hero's welcome complete with signs and balloons (Thanks JoEllen and Irene!)
Wow this room is bright! And I thought those isolation gowns were yellow!!!! Faith takes it all in. What a difference this time- she is actually aware of her surroundings.
Faith is reunited with her brothers. Faith giggled and grinned as they said hello!
Well we made it! Yesterday we took our baby home. Wooooowhoooooo!!!! It's been a whirl wind...it does not seem real...and we are getting a big sense of deja vu...but a little different/ Faith is very aware of where she is and her surroundings. We thought she would be a little freaked about leaving the comfort of her room at the hospital but quite the contrary she is having a ball at home. She's just her happy go lucky self! We are exhausted of course, so we apologize if we have not been very good about returning phone calls...we promise we'll catch you all up soon. Ok well we will take more pictures and share more stories of Faith's homecoming asap. FOr now we're just trying to make it to day 3..(we seems to never be able to make it to that day...but that's all gonna change!)
Here's to day 3....5.....and 500!
Brian and Jen