In case you were wondering, 36 days of "stuff" will all fit in a little red wagon, well almost. We have made it home and it is wonderful to be here. We've set-up our best imitation of a hospital bed in the family room and she seems pleased as a lark.
We still have to give 3-5 weeks of antibiotics through her PICC line which she receives every 6 hours. An hour before the first home dose was due we still hadn't heard from In-home Health. When I called they didn't have her in the system, Classic! After speaking to the pharmacist the only way she would get her dose on time would be to drive her to 21st South, pick it up and infuse on our way back. Of course that is what we did, what a ride this has been.
Our dream to be together for Christmas seems to be becoming a reality, and it's almost hard to believe. Thank you for your prayers and love. Thank you for all of you who haven't given up on us, who have been praying round the clock for us. To those angels who are leaving gifts on our porch, secretly cleaning our house, tending our children, keeping our dog alive, bringing us food, and sending words of encouragement and love, you are amazing. We are simply overwhelmed with the goodness of you all. Merry Christmas!