We were blessed to be at Mary Bridge the day that some of the Mariner's, along with the Mariner Moose and Rick Rizz the voice of the Mariners came to visit the hospital. Luke seemed to enjoy meeting the players and seeing the Moose. I think I was more excited about the fact that we would be leaving once we got back to the room to be discharged. Though the care at Mary Bridge is always great, there's no place like home.
I'm looking forward to getting Luke back into the Hyperbaric chamber later this week, hoping that it will help the healing process along with the scars he has from his surgery, also hoping it will help with his sleeping problems and his lungs. Next week he has his EEG scheduled on Monday and then the next Monday he has his surgery and pulmonology follow up. Then to top off all those appointments his Pediatrician wants me to make a orthopedic appointment to follow up on his hips, which seem to be dislocated right now, I'm definitely not looking forward to that appointment. Never a dull moment that's for sure!
Once again thanks for your prayers, they were so appreciated and needed:-)
Love in Christ,
Luke's Mommy Sue