Saturday, February 27, 2010

Back in the nest..

Yay! After 10 hours at the Children's Hospital ER we
are finally back at home again. Isabella has been a real
champion and responded so well to all the treatments she
received during course of today. The Sydney Children's
Hospital is amazing (!) and the staff beyond wonderful.

I am relieved to be home again and am preparing my post as
'chief night guard'.  I have to give my little chica Ventolin
around the clock and keep a close eye for the next few days.

Thank you again to everyone who sent me sweet
and thoughtful comments. Knowing you were there
thinking of us made such a difference and means a lot!

You are all great so big kisses to you!



A Perfect Gray said...

welcome home and best wishes for continued good health for you ALL.

Vintage Simple said...

Goodness - I missed out on what happened, but I am glad you guys are back at home and I am sending you nothing but healthy thoughts and big hugs your way, Charlotta.


Anonymous said...

Cara Charlotta,

Goodness! What an awful experience you have had to endure lately. Hope your little one is recovering quickly. Amazing how you were able to find energy for your posts as well. You are such a great spotter, cara! Take goog care of yourself and your "tesoro"! Bacione, Ingrid in Umbria

Slumber Designs said...

Thanks for the update girl. Continue to keep us posted on how things go there at home. You and yours are in our thoughts!

Splendid Willow said...

Välkomna hem! Sänder er massor med god energi! Jag vågar inte ringa - ifall jag stör... Så, en sista gång, vill du att jag slår en signal? Jag gör det så gärna!



manvi @ mochatini said...

good to know shes responding well to meds. Im sure she will be healthy very soon. my thoughts and wishes are with her.
thanks for your nice emails. im doing better, just a bit freaked out with the staples in my head. have a lovely weekend. xo

Charlotta Ward said...

Hello my darlings - yes, we are home again and it is such a relief not to have to stay in the ward of sick little ones.
Isabella is doing better and I am so grateful she responds well to the meds we use. Can't imagine what it would have been like way back when this kind of help didn't exist..

Her condition seems to be improving - slowly, but still going in the right direction.
I sleep next to her at night and hold her hand and send her all the love and healing energy I can. Every three hours my alarm clock goes off and I distribute Ventolin. Heavy stuff, but a small price to pay to see the colour return to her pretty face.

Thanks again everyone - I am so glad I have you!

xx Charlotta

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Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...


So sorry I've been out of touch. So glad your daughter is better. The worst feeling on planet Earth is when your child is sick and especially something serious like asthma. My daughter was never officially diagnosed with asthma but she wheezed as a baby and toddler and I stayed up night after night too. Hope things are on the mend for good.

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