Oh yes. This happened a few days ago. I believe that it is the root cause of my exhaustion today! Here she is at Homeschool in the Wild - and now imagine her in a hospital room crawling everywhere, eating books, pulling on tubes, shaking a bottle for meas
Lachlan rides in the rain. He has been complimented on his cuteness enough times to make me question what it is doing to his psyche. That's what you get when you zoom through the hospital on a vintage trike while wearing suspenders because size 2T pants j
Two steps forward, one step back. I was premature in my hope for a quick discharge. The drainage picked up when he started eating; not a huge amount, but a little setback. His heart rate was high this evening and was fixed with a dose of IV fluid, which m
Yet another gigglefest, courtesy of big brother. These two are obviously doing fine. Lachlan is doing pretty well, too, if you don't count the lack of food and the torturous blood draws. Yesterday, I asked gim what he wanted to do when he got out of the h
Happy dance! His right chest tube is coming out now! They are also injecting the irritant into his left pleural cavity, hoping that will fix the drainage there as well.
Our mission is simple in the hospital: 1.) Get the kids to laugh. 2.) Avoid premature removal of the chest tubes due to reckless trike driving. We finally have some good news to share in the near-nightly State of the Fluid address. The procedure seems to