Get well soon ollie and issi

Second babies? Forgotten everything about breast and formula, napping and wrapping and you are are going a bit MAD because you haven't slept in three days? Or it's your first baby and you are here researching the joys of weaning?

Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Singale » 24 Nov 2011, 11:23

yay!
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby camper » 24 Nov 2011, 11:37

Happy to hear you're on your way home. Hope Ollie continues to make good progress.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Woodsies » 24 Nov 2011, 13:21

Great news that you're on your way home. Hope he continues to make good progress and that you can all enjoy being back together again. Remember to get some rest yourself, won't you.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Disco » 24 Nov 2011, 14:45

Great news issi. I understand about not wanting to go through everything a million times while you didn't know what was happening. I think an email explaining that and everyone will understand.

Take care wee Ollie!
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby twilightfan » 24 Nov 2011, 15:35

such great news you are back home now Iss(((())))
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Turtle'sMammy » 24 Nov 2011, 17:32

Great news! :bsmile :bsmile
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby skip » 24 Nov 2011, 17:51

So glad you can start recovering from all of this at home. Worst part over with, and hopefully the future will be as positive as possible. Big ((((hugs)))) to you all.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby RachelS » 24 Nov 2011, 18:04

So glad you are homeward bound. Remember to rest up and let others run around you for a while. Get used to that family of four at home.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby PerpetualMadness » 24 Nov 2011, 23:00

Are we surethat they're home? Issi hasn't been on since last night.

Issi - I hope you ate having baby snuggles and catching up on sleep at home. X
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby issi » 24 Nov 2011, 23:36

Sorry, I thought I'd posted... We're home! There was a lot of waiting around for Ollie's meds - didn't leave til 3 even though we were originally told 9! Ah well.

Other good news is that the heart murmur is nothing. HR does have a tiny hole but that's not unusual.

Back in on Monday for a check up and hopefully to remove catheter.

Thanks for all the support. You're all lovely. Hmm, Ollie's making some extravagant farty sounds... time to fetch DH. Night night all!
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Singale » 24 Nov 2011, 23:38

:bsmile :bsmile :bsmile
and hope that Monday will show that everything's good & well. :D
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby WishingBone » 25 Nov 2011, 06:13

So pleased you're on your way home and the op went well! Hope Ollie's back on top form soon - it's been so hard on you all.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby PerpetualMadness » 25 Nov 2011, 06:29

So glad you're home and that the murmur is nothing. :-)
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby Noir » 25 Nov 2011, 07:04

Sorry I haven't kept up with this. I'm glad you're home. A friend of mine had a baby with extremely bad PUV, they discovered it in utero because of his abdominal measurements, so checked the kidneys. By the time he was born his bladder was so swollen his lungs hadn't developed properly. He had to have a special formula that was made up after testing his blood every time. And yet, a couple of years on you wouldn't know any of this apart from a long term catheter. They can do amazing things, and Ollie thankfully sounds like his is mild, with just one valve affected. I'm glad they found the cause and you're all home safe with your family.
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Re: Get well soon ollie and issi

Postby ariom2 » 25 Nov 2011, 20:33

sorry to come back to this late - glad yu're home and hope he continues to mend
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