Still here in Houston. We had clinic yesterday and his labs are still looking good. Timothy had an elevated fungal marker a few weeks ago, but that seemed to have corrected itself. At times, his counts fluctuate up and down, for no apparent reason. I am sure there is, but we just don’t know it. Since Timothy is one month past his 100 days, I have been taking him along on some of my errands. We have been frequenting the local grocery store, of course during non-peak hours. He is all geared up with his mask and strapped in the stroller. But each time we go, we get quite a lot of stares. Though I am used to Timothy’s “looks”, most people are not. With my double stroller with 2 kids, one clearly not healthy with the bulky mask and all, groceries piled on the stroller, I even draw sympathy from people in a wheelchair. An older lady in a wheelchair asked me to go first at the check out line after surveying my situation :). Though we try to live a “normal” life, it’s not quite normal yet. This post-BMT journey is suppose to be long and I feel it these days.
Oh, and we have officially started the hurricane season here in Houston. Today alone, we had 2 huge storms with lightning and thunder. But they don’t last long. It clears up within a few hours.
We continually covet your prayers for our family…
Why won't they release you home yet? It sounds like he is stable and doing well! So glad to hear this!ReplyDelete