Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Waiting Day

Today was {R}s day to spend with her family in the hospital, so we did lots of last minute things at home.  Lynnie picked out a killer outfit for Kindermusik, including her "purple pizza rainboots."

I gained a little more empathy for birth parents today.  Yesterday, I felt like I was in constant communication with {B} and had update after update.  We'd already agreed ahead of time that today was {R}s family day, and I wasn't expecting any communication.  But it was hard to wonder--how is {R} doing?  How's Cece with the IV?  Is she off of it and back with {R}?  It made me realize even more how crucial ongoing communication and updates are.  It is really hard to sit and worry and wonder and not have any information.

About 5 p.m., {B} sent me this darling picture and let me know that Cece was off of the IV and had been back with them for an hour or so, and that {R} was doing well.

I was finishing folding all of the laundry, and Lynnie played in the big tub.  This is her new favorite thing, and she has had a bath with bubbles every day for three days.

Ellie crawled on my bed to help fold laundry, and quickly abandoned that plan to watch Netflix.

I found myself marveling at the "normalness" of the day, and how our routine was going to drastically change.  I thought all day of {T} and {M} and remembered our placements with them.  My heart is so full of love for the girls and their birth moms, and for the miracle of adoption in my life.

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