Spoke to soon!!!

Whilst I was writing last nights post I mentioned that Mia was restless, hungry and awake again!  But what I didn’t know until 5.30 this morning was that an infection was brewing which would explain her antics.  Mia’s temperature went up to 38.2 at 6am and because we had not checked her bloods since Tuesday I had to assume that she was neutropenic and head into St Marys for monitoring.  On arrival at the hospital Mia’s temp hit 38.5 and her blood draw confirmed that she was neutropenic at 0.3 so antibiotics and a hospital stay it is…

Today was a good one despite the early start, Mia has had regular paracetamol as well as her antibiotics and has been happy, especially when Harvey and Scott arrived, we sat out in the little outdoor play area and enjoyed the sunshine and scooters!  Mia is sleeping soundly and I am going to join her…. XXXXXXX

8 Responses to “Spoke to soon!!!”

  1. tracey docherty Says:

    i hope you feel better soon you are such a brave little girl sending hugs tracey xxx

  2. Gemma Says:

    Oh Shelly! Ru-u-bish. Thank god for Clic House, eh?!
    Please tell Mia that Auntie Flemmy is thinking of her and hopes she feels well enough to go home soon – I’m sending positive thoughts and cheeky smiles! :-) :x ) ;+)
    Wish I could pop in and give you a big hug. My phone is bust but I will call you from work on Monday.
    Love you all, Muchos!
    Gemma xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  3. Gemma Says:

    I didn’t realise that would change into a wee piccy – what fun!
    :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

  4. sev and ryan Says:

    Get better very soon Mia !!! We`re thinking of you all ,

    Lots of love xxxxxxxxxxxx

  5. Stuart hopkins Says:

    Hope you feeling better today MIA,just think of the soon to be yours pink bike with basket. Woohoo. You take care now x x

  6. Anne West Says:

    Hope you are feeling lots better Mia – and that you are all getting some much needed sleep!! Love Anne Ellie & Joe xxx

  7. Kim Read Says:

    Hi Mia, hope you are now feeling better and home with your family. Well done on using the potty for poo’s, brilliant. My grandaughter Ellie-May, 2, who also lives in Ryde is off on holiday to Devon next week. On her return she is going to try to be a big girl in pants, and use the potty or toilet.Time for work soon. Love to you and Mummy.Lots of love Kim xx

  8. Kim Read Says:

    Sorry I mean the loo, not potty!! Your daddy’s birthday is the same day as Ellie-May’s mummy, my daughter Natalie. I hope you get the best pink bike. Will look out for you on Ryde seafront.

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