Rose still has a bit of a cough but is much brighter and smiley by all accounts. Everyone keeps telling me how sick she was with the implication being she’s very well in comparison so that’s good.

The campaign to move Rose to Randwick Children’s Hospital (just down the hall) has been re-started. May be days or weeks until a bed becomes available though.

She seems bigger and stronger to me which I think is a pretty great sign given the week she has just had. I find it really encouraging. I guess when I’m with her all the time I don’t notice the little everyday victories but looks like she’s definitely gaining ground.

Not much to report. Sleep Team have booked another sleep study for 12 August and want to do the study prior to a Gastrostomy so we have another couple of weeks to perfect breastfeeding thus removing the Gtube requirement (I know – not going to happen but I’m WISHING).


About RoseEir

Premmie born @ 30 weeks with Cervical Teratoma
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4 Responses to Afterwards

  1. Kate says:

    So great to hear from you and that Rose is on the mend. Lots of love. AK!

  2. Ness says:

    Wonderful news and a lovely photo! She certainly looks a lot bigger and stronger. Big hugs for you, Rose, Andrew, James and Daniel xxxxx

  3. Cathy says:

    Rose looks wonderful Jane! So good to see. Cx

  4. Sharon says:

    Jane I can’t believe how great she looks. I have been going back over your blog and the growth of Rose is amazing. You must be thrilled x x x

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