Thursday, June 04, 2009

Spoiled Rotten...

I am overwhelmed with the love I have received over the past few weeks. Between the comments, e-mails, posts, phone calls, cards, packages, thoughts and prayers...I can not possibly put in words how much this means to all of us. Your support is what has gotten us through this when all our energy had been drained. It touches the most deepest part of my soul and I am forever grateful to you all.


Thank you Colin and Nicholas (Sophie's cousins) for the yummy cookies, muffins and brownies. Sorry Colin...but I don't think there will be any left for when you come visit us **smile**.



Thank you Shelia, Trevor and the rest of the clan for the package sent ALL THE WAY from Hawaii. Trevor had surgery here in Detroit a little over 10 years ago!!! We were introduced through Emma whose son, Alex, also had surgery here around the same time.



Sophie's get well crew...

Thank you Meghan, Tony and Jackson for the adorable Get Well Soon bear (on left). Jackson had surgery here in Detroit last September. We met Jackson while he was in recovery when Sophie was getting a round of testing done. Meghan has been a tremendous support in helping us understand what Sophie is going through.

Thank you Kat, Mark & Matthew for the cuddly purple bear and balloons. Mark is one of Brandon's co-worker.

Thank you Jake (Brandon's cousin but more like brother) for the snuggly bear (right) and balloons. When I have the energy I will have to do Hospital Owl and Hootie justice.




Thank you Zack (Sophie's cousin) for the yummy cookies. When Brandon brought them in and asked if we knew who they were from without reading the card, I immediately thought of you when I saw the dinosaur cookie.



Thank you Jennifer (a sweet friend of mine) for the delicious cupcakes. It may sound weird comparing a person to food but...they were just as adorable as you are.




Thank you, again, Kat, Mark and Matthew for the scrumptious cookies. You should have heard Sophie say "Bee" when she saw the arrangement. It put a smile on all our faces.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well hopefully some of those sweet treats will satisfy those pregnancy cravings!

Erin

Holli said...

LOL, Erin said exactly what I was thinking!!

I could have done some serious damage to those cupcakes at 36 wks pregnant!!

Melanie said...

So glad to hear you guys are doing well. I was planning on coming over to introduce and bring a little survival kit, but Daniel is recovering from a cold and there is a child in his class that has swine flu (no daniel doesn't-he got tested) but didn't want to risk it. Bummed we didn't get to meet you guys, but looks like you have plenty of treats anyhow!!

Jennifer Mezines said...

This is just a testament to what a wonderful person you are! So easy to care about......

I hope Sophie is getting stronger each day. It sounds like she is doing some amazing things.

Love,
Jennifer

Jennifer Mezines said...

This is just a testament to what a wonderful person you are! So easy to care about......

I hope Sophie is getting stronger each day. It sounds like she is doing some amazing things.

Love,
Jennifer

Anonymous said...

With all those sweets you guys might come back home looking like you have been on a cruise. They were no doubt some of the cutiest goodies I have ever seen. Keep up the good work Sophie so you can come home soon.We miss you.

Aunt Tammy, Uncle Gary Nickie and Casey

Cindy Schnelt said...

Sounds like Sophie is making some great progress. I have to tell you that Justin prays for her every night at dinner and at bedtime. He also said he wants uncle Brandon (He calls you guys aunt and uncle because that is what Colin and Nicholas call you) to come over and see how well he has improved at wii bowling!! He wanted me to add that in the comments so I did!!! We are still thinking of you guys all the time.
Stay strong and hope you two are feeling strong too.
Love,
Cindy, Rich and Justin

Colby said...

What a lovely way to express your thanks to your friends and family for all their beautiful gifts!!

I continue to read every word... every day....A "miracle in the making," she is!!! I know I probably keep repeating myself in my comments...Sorry! I just can't think of enough ways to tell y'all how wonderful your news sounds!!!

Keep taking good care....We're waiting on you guys to get back home and hear some "baby news" in the near future!!!

God Bless you all!

Cyndi