Yesterday I went to Fehergyarmat to bring Lili and little Sasha home. The big event should have happen last Friday but by the time we’ve got there Lili had fewer and the doctors decided not to let her (and the baby home) until causes are investigated and Lili is fully recovered.
By the time we’ve got back home her fever was gone so that was a little bit relieving, the next morning the blood test results where ready and it turned out that the same bacteria which Sasha had Lili has it too. Probably because she has an immune system unlike the little baby (which seems to relay on the mother’s milk for that) reacted a bit late to it. So the doctors considered another five days in hospital with antibiotics and after that another blood test and if everything is all right she will be released home.
In a way this was good, first of all because it seems that the bacteria was from the hospital and not from Lili, therefore reducing the risk of complications created by an in-uterus infection, second of all because they seemed to know what they are talking about (that bacteria was not new to them) a quick diagnostic and treatment available, I would not want to imagine what would have happen if we would have made it home, and Lili developed the fever here with all the incompetent doctors from this city. And last, the next morning, the baby was moved from the intensive care unit to her room and stayed there till we came back home, this was welcomed as it gave her a little bit of time to get used to the baby and to it’s habits and handling issues.
Yesterday another blood test was done, everything came up good so they where released home. The trip back was fine, while outside was very cold the road was good and in around 45 minutes we where in the worm and safety of our home. I’m am after the first 24 hours with him and he is an angel I just can not find another word to best describe it, he eats, sleeps, dreams and once in a while cries and he does all that pretty much like a clockwork, very few and little exceptions. While he woke us up tree times last night he was even better behaved than during the day time, hope that will not change.
We often found ourselves with Lili watching him sleep for hours still not believing that we have a child that is so beautiful that we are so lucky that we went in Hungary two and came home three and that will stay like that for many, many years.
During the last 13 days, maybe for the first time in my life I was and felt disconnected from everything except those two magic human beings from my life. No news feeds, no programming no Java, C#, Progress and patterns or computers crossed my mind for any fraction of a second. It’s time to slowly focus back on my work at least part time 🙂 and a new life routine to slowly take its shape.