When things work out.

Alternatively titled “Just in case you thought you were going to complain about being in the hospital again, your air conditioner will also concurrently bite the dust, and you will be grateful for the air conditioning your baby can receive in the hospital.” But that wouldn’t fit in the title box. So anyways – Kendall’s…

The Revolving Door.

There really is a big revolving door downstairs at the main entrance of the hospital. I don’t find it ironic or funny that they put one in the hospital side and not the clinic side. And while I am not THAT superstitious – it is the door I used yesterday to come in here with…

A Good Weekend.

This will just be a quick one since it is way too late on Sunday nite and I have to be up way too early tomorrow morning! It was very surreal to not be with Kendall for this long while she’s in the hospital. I  left the hospital very soon after her surgery on Friday…

SuperPowers.

Kendall had a really good nite in the grander scheme of things. She only needed blow-by oxygen for a couple hours to get her sats (saturation of oxygen in her blood) back into the 90’s.  Heartrate was still elevated all nite, but was staying in the 180 range – nice and far away from the…

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