Sunday, April 17, 2005

Today was very exciting and busy: Aunty Ceri and Aunty Cheryl came to see me, and I was allowed out to play to do some kangarooing with Mum and some cuddling with Dad. I was pleased that I was able to come out to play as Aunty Ceri hasn't seen me out before: she said I looked more real out of my Incubator, but then she works in a Museum and must be used to seeing odd things in glass cases. She also got to poke me a bit; she's been threatening to do this for some time and I've been a bit worried about it, but she was very gentle and it was quite nice really:



Aunty Ceri took loads of photos of me, and somehow managed to take a good picture of Mum and Dad:




I was a bit tired after all the cuddles and visitors and I went straight to sleep as soon as I was put back in my Incubator:



I've been doing quite well without the breathing support machine; I'm still doing three hours on, three hours off but if I'm good I might be allowed to go to two hours on and four hours off. However, I've had quite a few "Bradys" this week (this is where my heart forgets to beat for a while and my alarms go into meltdown mode). As you can imagine, this worries Mum quite a bit. I'm pretty sure it's related to the Doctors stopping my caffine intake at the beginning of this week; like a lot of people I think I function much better with when I've had my morning coffee.

Comments:
Hey Will!

I definitely agree with you on the coffee issue. I have come very close to crawling under the desk and snoozing if I haven't had my morning coffee. Mind you, sometimes that seems a good idea, regardless of how much caffeine I've had...
Seems you had a pretty exciting weekend, including the shock of your dad's hairy chest! I'm glad Aunty Ceri's prodding turned out all right.
I'm glad you're able to have so many cuddles with your Mum and Dad - it must make them very happy.

Love Jen x
 
Hello William!
My Mum says that if they won't let you have coffee than you should ask for tea. It's so much more genteel and yet still does the job in the morning.

Hugs & Bumps
Thomas
xxx
 
Hello William!
My Mum says that if they won't let you have coffee than you should ask for tea. It's so much more genteel and yet still does the job in the morning.

Hugs & Bumps
Thomas
xxx
 
Hola Will

Glad to hear you've been putting on a bit of weight. Been doing a bit of that myself recently following a ruptured achillies back in December. Keep it up.

Lots of love

Stu
 
Hiya Will

agree about the caffine - I still need my morning cuppa too - mean people! Lovely to see you out and about and free of the evil breathing machine for a few hours! - have you thought of digging a tunnel? - lamb and duck could help?

Glad to see you are doing so well - clever boy!
 
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