Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Picture is Painted

Okay, so when you mind is going like crazy and you obviously can't sleep, what do you do...get back on the computer and upload some pics that can hopefully paint a better picture of what our little living area is like. Here goes:

This is Kylie playing while I hold the cords. The cushions that rest on the back of the bench by the window are serving as barriers to keep Kylie confined to the view of the camera. You can see that she has her toys on top of the cushions.

This was just cute. Kylie stacked her shapes on top of the arm rest to the recliner that she was napping in as she laid in my arms earlier today.

Here is a little shot of her and her shapes. That face is kinda sad...kinda like ok mom, can we go now.

Here is daddy on the outside of the fort, while Kylie is looking at her books. You can see the black case on the floor to her left. That can't go any further than what you see..must be close at all times.

You can see in this one that there is a little tv on the shelf behind and to the right of Kylie. We have to pay attention to it to make sure Kylie is visible to the camera. If she is not, we have to tell them to move it....sometimes we have to tell them a few times before it gets moved, or go out and tell the nurse.

The area you see here and in the pic above is the only place Kylie can play in. We are typically in it with her. Matt stepped out to play on the outside, and she was very attentive to him, so I was able to run out and snap these pics real quick before she moved.

Matt took a pic of the mini tv with me holding Kylie while she was falling asleep. What you see in the pic is what is on the screen, so not much room for movement...well there is after we ask them to move them camera again and again....she just moves so much when she is awake.


The Adventures of Bobbie and Zach said...

wow, i know how hard it is to entertain a little one under normal circumstances, i can't imagine how hard it is in the hospital, confined! we're praying for you guys and thinking of you constantly!! let us know if you need anything!!

The Adventures of Bobbie and Zach said...

wow, i know how hard it is to entertain a little one under normal circumstances, let alone in a hospital, confined. we're praying for you and thinking of you constantly. let us know if you need anything!!

Sophie's Story by Elaine said...

I've been thinking about you all day today. I hope Kylie sleeps well tonight.


JSmith5780 said...

EEGs really stink. Last February ours went form 48 hours to 96 hours. And I was ALONE with Austin. It's so hard.

I hope you are able to capture an event, so you know once and for all what is going on.

Good luck!

MJStump said...

Bobbie, thanks for the prayers and know how crazy this could be for us. You guys are all so sweet!

Elaine, thanks so much for the emails and trying to help us prepare for our last minute trip for the VEEG. Kylie slept really well, I just watched her throughout the night since her cords were getting around her face and neck while she wiggled in her sleep. Sending you back a BIG HUG!

Jen, yes EEGs totally stink and I think you deserve a purple heart for making it through an EEG that long and by yourself. You are amazing for it!


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