All the tests have come back on Brooklynn, and they discovered that the meningitis is viral - not bacterial. She hasn't had any fever in 48 hours, so she got to go home today! Her tummy is a little messed up from the antibiotics, but other than that, she seems to be fine.
Thanks to all of my HP family for your prayers, thoughts, and support!
Ohhhh Good News!!!!!
Hopefully being at home and in a familiar environment will get her back to full health in short order
Hi Habee, I didn't know your grandchild(?) was sick. I'm glad Brooklynn's condition wasn't serious and she's now home. That's wonderful news and I wish the little tyke a swift recovery.
Hey Habee, I am glad things are turning for the better. Keep smiling.
I'm thankful she is better. Now you can begin the journey of getting to know the little rascal & get all those grandma hugs! Best to you!
Habee.. What a terrible ordeal you have just been through. I had no idea but am glad it all ended well
Habee, I didn't know your baby was sick. Glad she is feeling better and that she is home being pampered.
Thanks so much, friends. It's good to have her home and in her familiar surroundings!
We should all celebrate by posting topless pictures of ourselves. I'll go first.
So glad to hear that, Habee. What an ordeal, isn't it... Sincerest wishes for her super-speedy recovery. We just went through a Meningitis scare with my sister's daughter over the weekend. False alarm, thankfully. It's so much scarier with newborns, though.
(One never knows when that guy in the picture above is going to show up. I thought my computer was messing up when I first saw him on this thread. As far as the topless celebration goes, think I'll pass....) (Has he made his way into the religion forum yet, I wonder.... )
That was his first appearance. Brenda asked for contact info.
No, it's one of those grabber-thingies so people who can't bend over can pick things up off the floor.
You get a stark, honest view of Ron in his most intimate blogging moment, and all you notice is a gun on the wall?
Vunderbar! Glad she is all better (almost) - she is having a bit of it getting started out in the world but she sounds like she will be one strong lady......give her a kiss from Oregon!
Ron, I can't post my cupcakes on here. The screen isn't large enough for the twins. lol
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