Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The rest of our trip...

Sophie was a WILD CHILD as soon as we got out of the car. Bouncing off the wall crazy while we were checking in. As soon as we got settled in, we left for dinner. Amazingly enough, Sophie did not mind getting right back into her carseat. We drove about 15 miles (there is nothing to eat right around the RMH except during business hours) and found a Panera Bread. Again, as soon as Sophie was out of the car, she became as silly as ever. She was slap happy silly and it was funny to watch her. We were all seriously cracking up. Then we stopped by the grocery store and the fun continued. And continued when we got back to the RMH. She did not end up going to bed until a little after 11pm. I wish I took video because I cannot explain the things she was doing and words would not do it justice. She was just up and down and all around the place just doing the goofiest things.

Sophie is still sleeping. The hospital is literally right next door. We are leaving here in about 15 minutes to check in at the hospital.

My heart is racing. Fighting back the tears. They seem to want to flow easily nowadays. THANK YOU so much for all the thoughts and prayers. It means so much to us. It warms my heart and brings peace to my soul. I love you all!!!

6 comments:

baby trevor's mommy said...

Elaine...I wish SO much that I could be there with you! I know you have a good support system...it's just that I want to hug you too!

...danielle

SillyMommy9259 said...

Elaine,
My Thoughts and Prayers are with Sophie and your family for a Successful Surgery.

Sandi M.

blogzilly said...

Wow...it's really happening! You guys hang in there!

Jackson's Blog said...

I know that Panera well! ;-) I am glad Sophie kept you entertained last night! Too cute.

Thinking of you....praying for Sophie and the team of Doctors for a smooth 1st surgery!

Holli said...

It's well after 10:30 in Detroit right now...I woke up thinking of you all. Hoping that you are holding up okay and that they are taking good care of Sophie -as I'm sure they are. Hang in there...

Thanks for keeping us updated!

Holli

Kristine said...

I'll be thinking a lot of Sophie this week! I'm praying for a smooth and very successful surgery.