YAY!!! Were are home, as you have read from the previous post. Our first night was a little rough, but we got through it. Paul was the one that I thought wouldn’t hear any of her alarms because he sleeps like a brick, but that wasn’t the case. It was me that slept through the first one. I was so tired from not sleeping well previous nights and having such a crazy day that I was so out of it. Thank God that Paul was there. We work well as a team.

Even the next night Paul was the one that heard her before I did. So I am very thankful that I am not a single parent and that I have a huge host of family and friends that are willing to help out. My mother-in-law is helping during the day and my sister is staying with us while she works and she helps out at night, we also have my other sister and Paul’s Aunt that is trained to help with her cares. We could not have asked for anything more.

I am so happy to be home. She is doing well. She has been sleeping a lot lately, but she has her awake times also so we get to hold her and hug her and squeeze her. Well I will write more later. Thank-you to all of you and God be Praised.

  • Anonymous

    Hi, Paul, Jessica and precious Namine!!!

    Did I miss a post?!?! I didn’t see anywhere that the first night was a rough one. I am SO sorry that it was a hard time for you. It sure sounds like you guys are getting in a groove now, though!!! You are GREAT parents and you have a great support system on your side and God is leading you down this path that He has chosen for your awesome angel girl.

    Lots of love from Jen, Jeremy and Jacob

  • Anonymous

    hi guys,
    i am glad things are going well with you at home. i know its tough some nights but you guys will do great. glad all is well.
    Angie Havaich RN Children’s Hospital center 4