Thursday, 7 May 2015

Slight Interruption

Just a quick note to say that there probably won't be any posts for the next couple of days. 
My eldest daughter developed a limp about four weeks ago and the doctors have been struggling to decide what's causing it. 
On Tuesday they sent us to see specialist after the doctor had looked at the x rays. We went to the hospital and they decided to keep her in, so my wife and I have been taking it in turns. Luckily we all stayed at home last night as they let us out, but tonight we've got to stay overnight again so she can hopefully have a scan in the morning to further investigate what's wrong. 
She'd fine in herself (wants to go home understandably) and is just as happy as ever. The limp doesn't even bother her as she quite happily limps around the place going about her business. It doesn't seem to cause her any pain, but I am glad that we might be getting it sorted even if it does feel a very long winded way of going about things. 
Back Soon!

25 comments:

  1. Hope you can sort it out and it turns out to be nothing of consequence.

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  2. I hope it turns out to be nothing too worrying. I know what it's like to have a child in hospital, so forget all about the Blog and us unruly lot that read it and take time to be with your family.

    Love to you all. xx

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  3. Hope you are all together home soon and its nothing to worry about :-)

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  4. Good luck to you all. When your child is in hospital your taste buds seem to suffer due to stress. If that happens, try eating highly spiced food to keep up your energy.

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  5. Big hug for everyone. beaming you all love

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  6. Hope that everything goes well.
    Jane x

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  7. We'll miss you at jumpstart. Hope they get to the bottom of it x

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  8. Hope all goes well. I know what it is like to be spending hours and many nights in hospital with a child.

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  9. we are sending warm thoughts, prayers and wishes your way, Kev! i really hope that can figure out what it is and that you all can get back to normal life! give your daughter a big hug and kiss from us!

    your friends,
    kymber and jam

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  10. Don't worry about us. Just know that we have our fingering crossed that all is well for your little one.
    Gillx

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  11. i hope they figure it our soon and fix it for her!

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  12. Hope all is well , such a worrying time in this situation when you are waiting for a diagnosis.

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  13. Sending all my best wishes

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  14. Hi Kev. I'm thinking of you and your family and hoping the news will be good news.

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  15. Good luck and good news as to it being nothing more than growing pains or something minor like that.

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  16. Thinking of you and hoping for a good outcome.

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  17. Best wishes, hope its easily fixed :)

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  18. Glad to hear that your girl is still her happy self...so let's hope that it's nothing to worry of and we're looking forward to the good news.

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  19. Best of luck to you all Kev, hope it's nothing serious. Don't fret about the blog, your little girl is more important.

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  20. Don't worry about us we will be here when your little family is re-united

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  21. Praying for a benign diagnosis and that all will soon be put to rigjts.
    May God bless.

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  22. Our thoughts are with your Daughter and all of the family. Fingers crossed for a good outcome xxx

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  23. Sincerely hoping you'll have some good news for us soon, Kev. It's so worrisome when things are amiss with our young'ens.

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  24. I know I am a bit late, bu I am so sorry to hear about your daughters limp. Always a worrying time for parents when there is something wrong with their child. Hoping they find what is causing the problem soon and that it can be rectified.

    xTania

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  25. I know I am a bit late, bu I am so sorry to hear about your daughters limp. Always a worrying time for parents when there is something wrong with their child. Hoping they find what is causing the problem soon and that it can be rectified.

    xTania

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