Wednesday, September 20, 2006

BACK HOME!

Arrived back home yesterday afternoon...sooo excited to see my lil' man but also soooo exhausted! Yikes, two days of traveling cross country, very little sleep, and one day of divorce proceedings really wipes you out!

The hearing went ok...thanks for all the supportive emails everyone. There were moments of MAJOR frustration, but that is to be expected. The good news is that I don't have to travel back anymore, but the bad news is that this won't be officially finalized for many more months. I can't say much more right now, but basically the most important thing is that I believe the judge understands the true seriousness of the situation. That was quite evident at the end of the day. So we'll see...

The really good news is that Max did just fine with the nurses during my trip. I got a couple of calls during the hearing about a few medical issues, but nothing too serious. He had some bradycardia one night, which was particularly odd. And the pulmonogist called several times to talk with me about Max's recent vomiting episodes. We are trying to decide if he needs more tests, possible surgery or just let it be for now. Fortunately the judge was very understanding in letting me take all the phone calls during the hearing.

I have lots and lots of adorable photos of Mighty Max to post...I'll try and do a few tonight! He is making some really great progress! :)

5 comments:

Pearl said...

Amy - So sorry to hear you didn't get the closure you and Max deserve, but glad to hear you won't have to leave your li'l man for another cross country trek. Keep faith ... it will all come together sooner or later, and then you and Max can focus on enjoying the rest of your lives together!

elle said...

hopefuly all the calls actualy helped them to understnad LOL so thank god fo rthe calls heheeh

elle said...

hopefuly all the calls actualy helped them to understnad LOL so thank god fo rthe calls heheeh

MarkCoyle said...

Why is this dragging on? SO Vic can keep his Minority leader position in December? How sad.

Ruthie said...

Hang in there Amy. At least you had an understanding judge this time. We can at least be thankful for that.