trooper' with all his wires. His feet ditto
with the wires. The empty 'fish tank' next to Jack
was filled a couple of nights ago with a tiny one, Jack now moved up the pecking
order as a big heavyweight by comparison to the newby.
equipment needed to mimic a womb.
A POO from
Jack with a cotton wool ball as a size comparison. Mummy holding a nappy. Us
returned to John and Janet for supper one evening.
breathing on his own with his hat off showing his shock of curly dark
Saturday night Mark and the two of us
went up to North Devon to chill with Roger and Sue, sad to leave Kate behind in
hospital but her blood pressure still playing up. Time to
yarn with Dad. Mum and I got our straws down a
bottle of wine each, many tears of joy and worry. Daddy with
time to reflect and catch a cuddle with Cooper
who has been B+B ing at with Roger and Sue.
boots, scaled with a pound coin and Beds looking on in awe.
Sunday Jack had a bit of a tummy bug
so had to go onto antibiotics. His perfect hand and a stroke from
Mummy. He now weighs 2 lb 5 oz and has had a straight 7 days of
improvement, so he had led us all into a false sense of security, his first bug
caught us all out and gave us huge worries. However, he needs to do a few steps
forward, a couple sideways and not many back over the next 8 weeks in his
The difference a
week makes. Fantastic to see the vast improvement in Kate. She has to be
reviewed in six weeks to see what the shadow is all about over her kidney.
Watch this space. Kate was finally discharged on Tuesday the 18th
Our last night in
Plymouth, had to be at 'the eat all you can Chinese' The Fortune
All in all awfully tough to say