168 days ago a doctor told me that Selah would not live through the day but she did and now 168 days later she is home.
We left the hospital a bit after 1 pm. Jon rode with her in the ambulance and I drove the kids. He got home first and met with various people who were here with various things....we finally got here and I just sat down in our big soft rocker and held her for awhile. It is good to have her home.
Everything is beyond disorganized which as you knows drives me crazy and we have an inexperienced nurse tonight which is not helping matters. Selah is so tired that her oxygen levels are down so I turned on her oxygen. Dealing with all this is a "baptism by fire" & I doubt I"ll sleep tonight unless she keeps her levels up.
But I am glad to be home! She seemed to understand things some and was certainly looking around in a way I've never seen her do before. She totally missed her 4pm meds but is as calm as she can be and relaxed.