So far she continues to well at home and the transition has been smoothe. We are doing three structured meals a day of 4oz of food each and then she has regular dinner with us as well, but whether she eats then or not is up to her and it is a no pressure situation. Generally she does eat pretty well at dinner so she is basically getting 4 meals a day.
So here are a few pictures from our day. I got....uhhh...reprimanded by hospital security for taking pictures in the Atrium area...so I had to sort of cut some stuff short LOL
We made the same trek every morning from the garage to the Children's Seashore House.
Our first stop would be to the Day Hospital room where we would meet Miss Cheryl. She was the nurse in charge there. Once a week Anna would have her vital signs checked and twice a week she would be weighed. I also handed in daily calorie counts here. Anna loved Miss Cheryl and she was the darling of Day Hospital.
Recently they installed a radio station in this Atrium as well (funded by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation) and whenever the studio was in use the sculptures were turned. Well they were in use often unfortunately. It really bugged me to be honest because the sculptures served so many more children then the radio station which I never saw more than one or two children in there at a time. This morning the sculptures were off for a change.
A little out of order, but we liked to visit this panda in the courtyard.
WE would usually make our way up to the Day Hospital toy room and play there until it was time for Anna's nxt sessions.
After her second session we would go to the Connelly Center to get a nap room and thankfully Anna would sleep for this two hour stretch before her last session of the day.
The nap rooms were really nice! They were like teeny tiny personal hotel rooms!