We thought Sunday was just going to be a lazy day hanging out with myself and Annabel. Thank goodness for Annabel she had a break from her mommy! Ms. Ann, her teacher and Ms. Linda, her OT from school drove to Houston to see her. What a surprise! Annabel shared many of her smiles with them. Again,to Ms.Ann, Ms. Lisa and Ms. Alice for Annabel's balloons that are as big as her and to Ms. Linda for her 3 new books.
My prayer for now that this bug is under control is that we become stable with the CPAP machine. The goal was to go home with as few alarms as possible and with no oxygen added if possible. Yesterday when awake she did well. It is when she sleeps that her respiratory and her oxygen level decrease more than they want. I have had some of the best nurses, but last night she was just like a momma to Annabel and myself. They had to ultrasound her bladder every 3 hours due to her holding so much urine. So she was insistent that I sleep and she take care of the cathing every 3 hours. She also responded to the alarms and I didn't need to listen to make sure her levels were returning where they wanted them to be. When leaving this morning she mentioned she would be back tonight and should have Annabel as her patient. Thank you, Jesus.