Switching Out

I may have mentioned that when we first planned on Keira’s stay in the isolation room for 40+ days that Dave and I planned to switch out each week. Well, thanks to COVID-19, this was one of many things that had to change.

Thus, my staying for the first 4 weeks until Keira was past the mucositis phase, when her immune system would be at its weakest. Now that she is past that, recovering well and Dave passed his COVID test, we were able to switch.

Being outside, walking around without a time limit, felt so weird and so wonderful at the same time. That smile under mask didn’t fade the whole walk home, thinking about seeing my girls.

While I am having trouble even wrapping my brain around not seeing Keira in person for the next few weeks, I am beyond excited to be with Eva and Livvy, who I have missed SO much! Giving them hugs in person literally brought tears to my eyes today.

And I know Dave was so happy to see Keira. And vice versa, once she realized the masked man with the longer locks was her Dad. 😆

Never when we first heard the words Metachromatic Leukodystrophy would we have imagined our lives would lead us here. But we are so grateful it has. This journey has not been easy and we know the road ahead won’t be either. But these gorgeous faces make it all ok, and we will always do everything we can to keep them smiling.

Here’s to hoping these next few weeks fly by! We miss Dave and Keira already!

2 thoughts on “Switching Out

  1. It will be so great when you can all be together again. Glad the switching is going good and the smiles continue. How thankful we are for the opportunity you have to save Keira. Nice to see Livvy and Eva back with their Mom!! We pray the next few weeks will go quickly and Dave will manage o.k. in the box!! Continued prayers..sending love your way Uncle Jim and Aunt Judy

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