Friday, April 25, 2008

Home Sweet Home

We were released from Hopkins yesterday after an uneventful visit. We are asked similar questions each time regarding Henry's health, and lately (and fortunately) we've nothing to report. He's not quite eating as much as we'd like, but it's ramping up. During our visit yesterday he polished off two bags of his favorite 'orange' potato chips!

The doctors left the room and Henry's first question was, "does that mean we get to go home?" After saying 'Yes', he hopped off the bed and did what we're now calling his 'Wohoo Dance'.


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There are lots of pictures and stories from over the recent days. After we get our suitcases put away and the wonder at being home and healthy for a while tapers off a little, I'll post some of them. We've had a really lovely time at St. Casimir's. It's been an invaluable resource and meant that we could conserve our energy for caring instead of traveling. We cannot say enough about the Children's House and The Believe in Tomorrow Foundation. (In fact, if anyone has Sunday free and would like to participate in a fund raiser, they're having a run/walk in Baltimore - see here.)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

We loved you're going home wohoo dance Henry. We're doing a dance here for you too! Have a great time playing and just being free!

Love,
Shanda, Zeb, Luke and Sydney

rlbates said...

Wonderful!!!

Anonymous said...

Loved the dance - we will do one here in your honor!!!!
Linda and Val

Anonymous said...

Yippee, that is super that you are all home in Hagerstown. Enjoy your own beds and your time together again.
nance

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed reading about Henry's progess. Hope you guys had fun at our store and that Henry likes his fire truck!

Jordan from Ridemakerz

Anonymous said...

We check on Henry's progress almost every day. My daughter, Rachel (a friend from The Fun & Learning Center) saw that Nenry was coming home and drew some hearts for him. She asks about him all the time and loves to see his pictures here. We have been truly moved by his grace and strength and wish him and all of your family continued blessings.

Love,
Sareen, Kevin, Adam and Rachel Hebb

Anonymous said...

So glad to hear you are all home!
WOOHOO....dance away Henry!

Cousin Susan H.

Femail doc said...

Dancing here in Denver on Henry's behalf; wonderful news!

Anonymous said...

We are so excited to have you back home again Henry. Loved your dance! Looking forward to seeing you play lots and lots with your sisters and friends.

Love, Julie, Brad, Patrick, Andrew and Samantha