Wednesday, May 03, 2006


Lets see..we were hoping to be home by the end of the week, but it doesn't seem that it is going to happen.

Rani has lost more weight, so until they can work out why she isn't gaining weight, she is staying in the Hospital.

Today she is having a sweat test to see if other organs are functioning as they are meant to, she has also been put on another 2 drugs to see if that can stimulate her liver to absorb fat and until they see a steady weight gain daily then Rani can come home and then we will have to go back into the Hospital every couple of days for weight and bloods...I don't care what I have to do to have us all home as a family again.

Yesterday I got a beautiful card in the mail from the 'Friday Croppers' in QLD - Chris Millar, Penny, Kylie BB, Anita, Jacqui, Ange, Tracey, Rachel, Sally and Sharon. Thanks Girls

Also yesterday we celebrated the little girl next to us 2nd birthday, it was actually last Friday but she was to sick to even have cake, so we did it last night. I took some pics and made this for her mum last night. Sorry not the best pics, but you get the

Then Rebecca (my sis) and Mark (her next door neighbour) came into the Hospital to see Miss Rani.

Mum is doing the morning shift today...


Chrissy said...

How lovely of the girls to do that! It's gorgeous! :-)

Your pressie for Miss Two is so pretty Mel, I bet her mum just *loved* it! What a thoughtful gift.

Chrissy Cuddles to you and your princess today as always. HUGS!!

Chrissy xx

Anonymous said...

Mel, I read your blog daily to see how little Princess Rani, you and your family are going. Hope things start to improve and you get your little princess home soon.

Your card is beautiful.

Thinking of you
Love and hugs

Susan C said...

That's a gorgeous card.

Really hoping the new treatment starts to help Rani.

Chris Millar said...

Fingers crossed for lots of good news with the new tests Mel. Love the card you made for the little girl! I'm sure she loved it. It was our pleasure to send you that card, it was the least we could do.