Home Again

December 20, 2009

Tanner’s neutraphils were very elevated – 19,000 – indicating that she was really fighting whatever she has. So, they sent us home after giving her an IV antibiotic that lasts 24 hours. We came home at 1 am. Her fever broke overnight and she is actually feeling good this morning. I, on the other hand, finally caught whatever she and Jake have and feel yucky! Sigh.

But, we are thrilled to have been able to come home and hopeful that the antibiotic and her crazy neutraphil count mean we will be able to continue with our holiday plans to go to Grandmom and Grandad’s house.


6 thoughts on “Home Again

  1. Dear all,
    Just wanted to let you know how much we love you and care for you! Senior high Sunday school class this morning spent a good amount of time praying for you all and for your Christmas in particular! We love you and our prayers are with you!

  2. Man…I am so glad that yall are back home!! I missed you by just a few hours in the ER..I worked till 7pm…get better soon!

  3. I’m so sorry to read this! We had a trip to the Vandy ER this week and I thought of you all. Keep trusting your instinct, and have a great holiday … one way or another!!

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