Today has been spent anticipating and preparing for our move to Baylor Children’s House tomorrow. We don’t know what time we will be making the transfer so we’ve been taking the time to clean our courtesy room and transport the generosity of others back home.
Tiffany and I made our first trip back home together. We knew it would be a difficult trip. We busied ourselves as much as we could while we were there. It was therapeutic to think that by organizing the house some we were bringing a little bit of sanity back into our lives.
Claire has started varying the noises she makes and we are picking up on the different emotions and messages she is communicating. Consistent with her ability prior to all this, she is very good at communicating her disapproval. Christina, one of her nurses today, told us that Claire yelled at her when she started to move Claire back to the bed. That sounds about right.
The next few days will be hectic as we get on-boarded at Baylor’s and figure out the routine for the next six weeks. Once we have an idea of how things will operate, we will let you know when visits will be good to resume. We thank everyone who has visited during the last two weeks while we were at Medical City. Your support has been overwhelming and encouraging. We are eager to see you again at Baylor’s.
Thank you again for your prayers, hopes and support. I am hopeful for the updates to come over the next several weeks as Claire and our family start the intensive rehab program. Talk to you soon.