Thursday, March 06, 2008

We're HOME!

We finally made it late Monday night...HOME! It is so wonderful to be here as a family. We had an unexpected little problem with our modem (it went out while we were gone). So, we just got another one overnighted to us and received it this morning. Sorry to keep everyone waiting!
Yesterday, Annabelle had her first pediatrician appointment. She checked out great and had gained up to 8lb 5 oz. She goes to the pediatric cardiologist tomorrow where they will keep checking her heart function with echos until time for her next surgery. She already has her heart catherization scheduled for May 7th.
Anyways, back to the fun stuff! The four of us had quite a night Monday adjusting to everything. My aunt had prepared the best dinner for us that was here when we got home...homecooking never tasted so good! Wyatt passed out on our bed so we just left him there and snuggled all night. Annabelle was close by in the bassinet. You can tell she loves being home, too. She watches Wyatt constantly and is so mesmerized by him. Scott and I think he definitely has "the touch" with her.
Once Scott gets home from work, I will get his help on posting some pictures of all of us at home!


Anonymous said...

Yay for being home! I'm glad to hear everyone is doing well...can't wait to see pictures! Sarah Leech RN PCICU

Anonymous said...

Yeah! I am sooo glad that ya'll are home!!! Please let us know if you need anything!

Love, Elizabeth, Rick and Manning

Anonymous said...

So glad you are home and everyone is doing well. I have been waiting for an update :) Looking forward to seeing pictures soon. Thank you for sharing this journey of faith with us all. I know I have grown through your strength as have many others. Let us know if we can help with anything. Love to you all!


Julie Miles said...

I know you must be glad to be enjoying all the comforts of home once again! I'm glad to hear that Annabelle is doing well. Looking forward to seeing some pictures soon!

Julie, Dan & Ethan Miles

marty said...

Isn't the word "HOME" wonderful!? I look forward to the day when all of us who love our Lord Jesus will be truly HOME together and can worship Him together. So glad your homecoming was good and i continue to pray for all of you.

Anonymous said...

YAY!!!I know you are so glad to be there. There's no place like home!!!

We love you guys! I want to bring you guys a meal! I will call you soon!

Johanna :)

The Hardy Family said...

I'm so glad you are home! I know that must feel so good. I'm so happy that things are going well! I bet Wyatt was excited to get back to his toys and I'm glad Annabelle has adjusted well in her new home!
Take care and I'll talk to you soon! Looking forward to seeing more pictures!

wahoolb said...

Welcome Home!!! We are so happy you guys are home and can enjoy being a family together. I am looking forward to the pictures!
Hope to see you guys soon.

Many Heart Hugs,
Leslie Ballard
Saving Little Hearts of South Carolina

Anonymous said...

Welcome home to the Butchers...we are rejoicing with you on this big step!!! We are continuing to pray that the transition will go smoothly for all of you and that life will settle down to "normal" very soon. Much love, Mike and Laurie Epting and kids

Mimi said...

Welcome home! Can't wait to meet little Annabelle! And I am available if you need anything at all!
Enjoy every moment of this time with your babies!!!
Love, The Hogues

Anonymous said...

I'm so happy the whole family has made it home!! I hope you liked the banner Kinslee made for Annabelle - she was so excited making it for her!! Please let us know if we can help out in any way. Love, Kyle, Allison, Kayla & Kinslee

The Gandy Family said...

Praise God that the trasition has gone smoothly. So glad you were able to come home. We will continue praying for you all with the adjustment of having her at home. God is so amazing!

Ashley O'Neal said...

We've been praying for this day. Your family was prayed for today in the prayer room and it is evident that God has his arms around you.
The Crabtrees