Well Paul and I have been sick so we haven’t been able to go to the hospital. We call everyday to find out how she has been doing and the nurse tells us that she is doing fine.

We find out tomorrow if she will be coming home next week or not. We have to set up nursing, but I think that that will be done when we have to come home.

Paul and I have some training that we need to finish, but for the most part we are ready for her to come home, sorta. We have her equipment that was delivered last week that we need to set up, but that will be done this weekend. There is so much it is quite intimidating.

I will have Paul Post tomorrow about all the fun things that we learn from our conference.

Thank-you again to all of you for your thoughts and prayers, we need and appreciate them with utmost thanks.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, my gosh. Do I remember the STUFF that awaited our arrival home. When we got home, we literally had STANDING ROOM ONLY. Boxes upon boxes and the RT from our healthcare co. met us there and we were going through instructions and I thought I was going to PASS OUT… Then, Jacob pulled his (temporary) G-tube out so we had to pack up and HEAD BACK TO THE HOSPITAL! We got to come home w/in an hour, but… those boxes were still waiting for us :-) The next morning, we headed to the store and got some more storage and some drawers to put all of the supplies in. Plz know that you are not the first and will not be the last to be overwhelmed at the "stuff." You two are smart and energetic and you WILL get it all worked out and find spots for the equipment that will work for YOU. Plz know that people who know what you are going through, are praying for you and wishing you only the BEST. We also hope you feel better quickly.

    Lots of love from Jen, Jeremy & Jacob Schultz
    http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/JacobJeremySchultz

  • The Watson Family

    We found your site from the Schultz's, but interesting, our aunt attended the dinner benefit and told us all about you…
    We've been praying for you and will continue to do so.

    From one heart family to another!
    Love & Hugs,
    Nicole Watson

    http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/maddisonwatson