Hosptial Room, Sweet Hospital Room......

>> Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Well, I've been here about a day and a half, and everything has been just fine. The doctors and nurses taking care of me have been nothing short of AMAZING. I feel very loved and taken care of. This is what we wanted. The only complaint I have is the darn A/C. It keeps breaking and I'm getting to that miserable stage. The engineers keep coming in, scratching their head, flipping switches, opening and closing panels, scratching their head, leaving, and then that's it. The room cools down for about an hour, and then starts to get hot again. So, the nurse that I have tonight is going to talk to him and see what the deal is. I just want to rest comfortably before I have the babies! That's why I'm here. Other than that, I'm a happy camper.

Tonight, Dr. Savani came in and visited with me for a little while. He's just the sweetest doctor. Very caring and compassionate. Shawn is SO disappointed that he missed talking to him. Anyway, I told him that Shawn and I both feel like we are in the best place possible for this delivery. We are very content with the decision we made of delivering here, and now it's a waiting game for us. I expressed to him that we are praying for the best. He told me that it all comes down to Kamryn, the fight that she has in her and of course, God's will. I couldn't agree with him more.

We also were visited by Dr. McCurnin in neonatology, as well as, Dr. Wyckoff, who is head of resuscitation. We hear that Dr. Wyckoff is known all over the world for her expertise. They both assured us that we are in good hands. Everyone that we have talked to have reassured us that all doctor's, nurses, and specialists know that we are here, and they are just waiting for the babies to make their debut.

Hollie's first day of camp last night was fun. I talked to her today and I asked her what she did. Her response was, "We just had fun". She did tell me that she learned how to milk a cow. This should be really interesting when she sees me nursing Brooke... LOL! She was so tired today that she took a nap for over 2 hours. Bless her heart, she's just going through so much. I can only imagine how tired she is. I can't wait to see her smiling face tomorrow.

Well, that's all for now. I'm going to go over to the a/c unit and scratch my head, open a panel, scratch my head again, and then get back into bed. That seems to give me an hour or so of cool air :). If that doesn't work, I'm going to just kick the darn thing.



Maxton's Mommy June 10, 2009 at 9:52 AM  

They better fix that AC!!! I can't imagine how miserable that would be. I pray for you guys and that the girls stay put a little longer. I hope that Hollie is adjusting to the first of many changes pretty well. Can't wait to hear more!

Liz and Shane June 10, 2009 at 11:28 PM  

I hope the AC is fixed. I have you in my thoughts and prayers. Enjoy listening to your CDs.

Chanda D Brady June 11, 2009 at 5:19 PM  

I continue to love reading your blog. You can be funny and I swear to goodness that I'm not laughing that you have a horrible a/c condition going on. If anything, I do hope they fix it because being hot can be miserable. .....still praying for your family and hope that you are getting the rest that you need. ...Take care of yourself and know you and yours are thought of, Chanda

brad.kellie.carter.lucy June 11, 2009 at 9:23 PM  

Oh, I'd be ready to hurt someone for the a/c!!! You sound so calm and collected. I'm getting excited and nervous for you guys. Praying that all goes well.

Tracy Meats June 11, 2009 at 9:56 PM  

Hope they get the A/C fixed soon for you!! Many prayers for you and your family as you wait for the girls to arrive.

Thinking of you,

Elizabeth June 12, 2009 at 11:52 AM  

Be careful if you kick it - that might just be the issue it needs a good kick - ask the Engineers to do that instead of scratching heads! (Like that helps?)

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers and sending those Lung Function Chants,

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