|Theo knew it was time to leave. Goodbye, leads!|
We are so thankful to have him here, and are overwhelmed with pride for the way our son handled the events of the past few weeks. We're not out of the woods yet; not by a longshot. Dubya is still taking her sweet time to wake up, and the process to ween him off of his sedation meds is somewhat cumbersome. But, by the grace of God, he has survived this ordeal.
The days ahead will be filled with more trips to the "homespital." Theo will need frequent blood tests, and, at this point, will continue to need dialysis on a somewhat regular basis. (We are set to report to the dialysis unit at 7:30 am tomorrow.) We are somewhat disappointed by this reality, but are hopeful that the new kidney will recover from the trauma of the hematoma.
|Happy to be home!|
Then, we put him in his crib (around 5:30) and he hasn't moved since. I hope he sleeps well through the night, as he has some catching up to do on his sleep.
We are thankful for your cards, emails, gifts, prayers, notes, food, donations, etc. This journey is far from over, but we are so happy to have our boy home.