This is the last post because now we actually have time to talk to you all and keep in touch better. Yesterday was our first full day at home as a family and even though it was exhausting, we loved every minute! Thank you for all your love, support and prayers, it really carried us through an incredibly difficult week and we are so blessed to have such a happy ending. We have such a heart for people who go through this roller coaster NICU ride, with moments of unsurety as to whether babies are coming home or not, and know there are so many families out there who live in that sustained crisis mode for weeks and even months. Saddleback NICU, CHOC Mission PICU, and Ronald McDonald House were all fantastic and we also couldn't have done it without such loving and caring nurses at both hospitals.
Philippians 4:13 - last week's theme and something we will remember every time we look back on pictures and memories of our babies after they are grown.
Leaving the NICU with Josh - Maia is already waiting at home with Grandma
Thank you to all of our wonderful nurses, neonatologists, lactation consultants, doctors, and CalState Long Beach nursing students at Saddleback!
Finally all four of us together at one place