|Some of our fabulous 6W nurses!|
|Waiting for Funny Bones to start in the Brown Family Life Center|
|Shelby and the beloved volunteer, Ted :-)|
|The crew at Brown Family Life Center last night.|
|The goofy pic!|
|Shelby and Julia, our favorite Funny Bones person and our friend.|
|The new meds|
Night went great! Shelby fell asleep in, like, 30 seconds. Scott and I shared a twin bed for half the night, then I crawled in Shelby's twin bed and snuggled up to her. She really wanted her Daddy to stay the night so instead of driving home last night for today's 9 a.m. class, he slept here and got up and drove home at 6 a.m. Thank you honey! I woke to my 1 a.m. alarm - this is an amazing feat if you know me and alarm clocks! - to give her her methadone. Now, the 9 a.m. meds have been given - one of the two *big* doses for the day - and we're both chillin' in bed :D For my liver/medical people, her labs yesterday were awesome! I was going to get a copy and forgot so I'll have to remember that in clinic Thursday morning. Her prograf level did come back at 18.5 (her target range right now is 10-12) so last night and this morning's doses are being held and she'll resume it this evening at 3 mg bid. My goal for the next few hours is to get both of us cleaned up and to take her for a "walk" (wheelchair ride, really) outside.