As you may have noticed, all of the news here is about one week late. The reason for this is because we have been on a roller coaster. The risk of guessing the next turn on a roller coaster is that the odds are you are wrong. For some reason, the emotional toll of the roller coaster has lasted longer than expected. There is a sense in which it has felt uncomfortable posting the most recent news for fear that by the time it is read, it is wrong. The roller coaster has slowed down alot since we left Jamaica, but we are still feeling the motion and bracing for the next turn. If I need psyciatric help, just make sure its free.
Anyways, Daisha has been out of the hospital for a week. She got home Tuesday evening last week and has continued to do well. We have a Dr. appt. on Wednesday in which we hope to get a sense of whether she is progressing appropriately. As I mentioned before, it has been hard to post the hospital pictures. Actually, I would not even have any Jamaican hospital pictures if it was not for Chad. In another moment of honesty, Chad said to me that he would encourage us to be taking pictures in the hospital. I hadnt been because it felt wierd. He went on to explain how good it has been for them to have pictures of their daughter. So, I tried to take a few and I am thankful that we did and I wish I would have got some more. I did not get any of the hospital or the "special care nursery" in Jamaica. But, I did take some at the hospital in Peoria. I am guessing you will know which are which. HERE ARE THE PICTURES!