Wednesday, January 21, 2009

What Happens When You're a Cute, Good Girl Who Breathes on Her Own

Mallorie is healthy and squeeling about having her IV out and her arm back. We've been cut loose, and I'll go to work when John gets here. Mal is waiting on a surprise they have today for good children. Someone comes to visit you (besides Santa).

Pictures this evening, when I get home from work.

Meantime, a snack
for a good girl and her bunny.


Laurie in Ca. said...

Yay for Mallorie. Beathing on your own and going home today. I am so happy for her and for you Connie. You know I would be visiting this girl if I lived close enough. Love you and hope this is the last hospital visit for a very long time.

Love and Hugs, Laurie

May said...

Hooray for the lil fighter. I just love the bunny with the button! Someone thought enough bout special kids to make it...what a precious toy. I wish they had one with an ng tube!

Kenzie said...

Sweet pics Connie! I know I have been MIA- not on the computer too much with other stuff going on constantly... HOWEVER, I want you to know that I am praying for y'all and will continue to lift Mallorie up to the Lord. So thankful for you precious friend!

Love you,

Laurie in Ca. said...

Hi Connie,

It's just me again checking in to see if everyone made it home and got a good nights sleep. I have an award for you and Cathy over at my blog. Stop by and pick it up and I would love to sit and have coffee with you girls. Maybe some day. I love you.


Kim ( said...

Just checking in on you and so thankful Mallorie is doing well and getting to go home. I actually got to meet Cathy yesterday and we talked about sweet Mallorie. I will continue to lift you guys up in our prayers. Even if I don't blog so much lately know that there is not a day that goes by that I do not think about you and your sweet girl.
Love ya,

Alexis said...

Keeping Mallorie in my prayers.

Laurie in Ca. said...

Hey Girl,

Just thinking about you this morning and sending lots of love and hugs to you today. Praying Mallorie is back to her perky little self and for you to be getting some much needed rest. I love you Connie.

Love and Hugs, Laurie