Friday, November 30, 2007
Saturday, November 24, 2007
The End...Get me off!!!!
This week has been so eventful and busy, I haven't had much time to post. So here are a few things that happened. Sunday, Ry and I went to Malad to welcome home my cousin Ches who just got home from a mission. Alex got his Synigis shot Wed. I am not sure what is going on with his surgery yet and I thought he at least needed the protection from RSV. That night we went to Orem to be with my family while Jeff did a little work. I ordered the Vinyl lettering for the play room. Thursday was turkey day... I have so much to be thankful for this year. Black Friday, Jeff and I got up at 3:45 and waited two hours in 30 degree temps, then we worked and cleaned and set up Christmas, then I ended up taking Alex to PCMC for a stool sample, we hope hope hope, it's not C-Diff yet again, his little bottom still isn't better and I tried it all. (thanks for the suggestions everyone) I must have spent thirty dollars on products for his bum... Today we have cleaned and Jeff has been working like crazy yet again and had accomplished sooooo much down there, I am so excited. We think Ry and Alex will love it.... I will call tomorrow and find out if the cultures grew and if we have something yucky to deal with. I will post more when I know.... I was hoping we would be able to have a nice quiet Holiday season.... Who was I kidding????
Jeff is the best person to take to the parade, he always gets the t-shirts and the treats and all the big stuff.... this time he scored a whole box of chips from the Lays people..... he's so awesome....
Monday, November 19, 2007
Ry's dance class gets to ride a float in the parade on Friday.... If it's televised, watch for KC Dance Company and little girls in white hoodies... That's Ry's group... I will of course be posting pictures.... She can hardly wait...
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Some people have asked multiple times if there was anything that we needed or if they could bring us a meal. We thank everyone for offering and couldn't think of anything that we NEED! We have however started food cards, these are like gift card to the hospital cafeteria. If you still would like to help us out in the meal department you can add some $ to our card and we can eat on you at the hospital. To do this you call, (801)662-1000: ask for Cathy in food services, ask to add $ to the gift cards for Jeff and Brynn Homer ( card # 01641 and 01642) and the amount.. Don't feel obligated, I just thought I would let those of you know who asked...
For those of you who have linked to us from another family whose child is in the PICU or still at the hospital, you can do this for your family member and get it started for them... It helps out sooooooooo much....
All our love the HOmers.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
I just dropped Alex off in the Cath-Lab, received my pager, called Jeff and I am hanging out. I think everything will go well. Last night Alex pulled off his little hat and pulled out the IV. I should have held him all night so he wouldn't do that. The things you wish you'd done,right? Jeff is working for a little longer while I got Alex all checked in and started and then he'll be here. I guess this is going to be around a three hour procedure and then we will see if he even needs to be admitted, there is talk on the street that we might just go home today.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
We wanted to also let Noah's family know that we are so sad for their loss.
Also, Good luck Kaidence in figuring all this crazy stuff out.....
All our love the Homers
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Friday, November 9, 2007
It's really easy to see Kaidence's new spot, just click on the sentence above.... Yeah!!! for her....
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Monday, November 5, 2007
Sunday, November 4, 2007
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Also, there is account set up at Wells Fargo that you can make donations to. It is very easy and you can just say it is for the Ian Pearson fund. I know that many are in our same situation and making even the smallest donation is something they are most grateful for.... All our Love... Brynn