He has officially been home longer than he was in the hospital!! 90 days is a long time in a hospital, but 91 days at home is just the beginning!!
We celebrated this morning by going to Krispy Kreme (naturally) in our pajamas. RSV hibernation time means we spend a lot of days in our pajamas. I am learning to embrace it. :-)
Parker was MOST happy with his 3 specks of glaze hat he got to eat.
*note our new friend the "RSV Stop Sign" that hangs on his carseat. Fun times!*
It's funny, because it feels like he's been home forever... and I just can't remember spending that many days down at Egleston. I honestly have blocked out so much of our time there. I spent my morning looking back through pictures and re-reading my blog, and while it reopened some old wounds, I was completely overcome *again* by God's grace and provision for our family during Parker's ordeal. As scary as it was, and as close as we came to losing him, we knew without a doubt that God had His hand on us and on Parker, no matter the outcome. And I know that He continues to do so. He will always.
I decided to make a little slideshow of Parker's first 6 months (which I have never done before. Hooray technology!) and set it to one of my very favorite songs that I listened to over and over and over and over and over and over and over while he was in the hospital.
(phones don't seem to like the way Blogger links to YouTube, so if you can't see the video, click HERE for the direct link.)