Tuesday, April 13, 2010

our little sprout



A sigh of relief. Janneke came home this afternoon. After meeting yet another specialist this afternoon (part of the neurology team), we were given the go-ahead. It seemed that even Janneke knew she was leaving, for she wiggled and smiled as we packed up.

The staff we met today called Janneke "a little sprout" - I like that. What does the future hold for our little sprout, let alone our family?!

For now, we are thankful to be home with all of us again. Thankful for our own space, our own IV poles, and our own food. Yay. Yet, I will miss the morning coffee with my sister Rhoda. Handy to have family working in the same buildings as the hospital.

Thanks for your prayers and warm thoughts. We post more after we unpack and find our normal again.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad Janneke could come home again! Thinking about you as you settle in again :)

A said...

Welcome home Janny Bunny!

Anonymous said...

A little sprout from a family of Pots. We're glad you're home.
Love,
Brands

Lisa said...

YAY!! Enjoy your sleep in your own bed. I'm sure nothing feels quite as great as home!

SteveF said...

We are glad to hear that you are all back home together again!

The Fluits

Anonymous said...

Thank you, God! God IS good!

Anonymous said...

Praying for a peaceful and restful week for you all.

The VandenBurgs

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Hey Sara,

Glad you all are home together again. The best to all of you in the future.

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Anonymous said...

Glad to hear Janneke could come home!! Your family is in our thoughts and prayers!