In hospital AGAIN!!!

Oh My, 2 posts in less than a week! It’s a miracle!

An update on Ruby-Gordan…

We are back in hospital. Friday afternoon she threw a 39 C Temp. Whilst on massive doses of antibiotics. I rang the hospital and they said, “Bring her in NOW”. Great.
So there i am pushing Ruby (who looked so sick) in the pram, loaded like a pack horse, crutches tucked down each side of the pram and the volunteer in the hospital says….”Sorry love, the elevator is broken!” Ummm…. Do i look like i can walk up stairs???
He finally took me on a 20 minute stroll around the hospital to find a lift that was actually working.

Ruby was put on I.V antibiotics. We are still there. She had a CT scan today and they are considering operating tomorrow. We will be in at least another 2 nights. I am home for two hours now, getting clean clothes and stuff!

Poor Roo has a lure, thrush, a cough, sore ear and runny poos!

OK, from the mouth of babes…

Mum, can i push the buttons in the… (elevator)


Cute huh?


6 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    oacemama said,

    Hey Jess, missed you on Friday. You should seriously strap that ankle and do away with the crutches girl!
    Love to Ruby

  2. 2

    kate5kiwis said,

    ouch jess, sending you a truckload of love this week, hope all gets fixed soon X

  3. 3

    Da Setiuz Mama said,

    Oh Dude!! Much love to you both! Hang in there!

  4. 4

    jen said,

    praying for Ruby

  5. 5

    Sharonnz said,

    Poor wee dot. Praying for you both.

  6. 6

    I am Jen said,

    Oh jeez jess…poor ruby. I hope she is doing better soon.

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