This morning at home waiting to go to her appointment.
E.T. finger (pulse ox. monitor) but because the movie E.T. was made in 1982, she had no idea what E.T. finger was. As soon as I got home tonight I ordered it on Netflix. The hospital has a rather large collection of kid friendly VHS movies, yet they no longer have VHS players in the rooms, only DVD players and a very tiny and crappy selection of DVDs. I guess I know where our DVDs are going when my kids outgrow them.
A quick update:
Mae's condition is the same and we haven't heard any news on the blood tests yet, but we had a nice evening together as a family. We all ate matching pink popsicles and shared a bedtime story. (Superfudge by Judy Blume Chapters 9 & 10.)
My husband is at the hospital with her tonight to allow me some time to sleep off my headache and take a much needed shower. Binny asked if she could sleep with me tonight and of course I wouldn't have it any other way. I need her too.