When I first arrived, baby girl was knocked out. She was getting a good snooze in.
But she awoke a short time later to meet the new penguin friend I'd brought along for her.
She wasn't sure if she liked him at first.
But then she changed her mind and decided he was pretty cool. Plus he's so soft and snuggly.
She's doing very well. She's got a tiny scratch on her face from the tape that held a tube in her nose. She also has several IV lines under that pink bandage on her arm. But they don't seem to slow her down too much.
In fact, we took a trip down to the playroom while I was there. Sophie was digging the train table. She could of cared less about the dollhouse.
Momma had just given her a dose of pain meds so her buzz was just starting to kick in here. Which explains the look on her face. But she wasn't letting go of her balloons.
All in all, they're both doing well. Maryellen's husband was there until yesterday. Now she's on her own until they're discharged which won't be for at least another week. But the hospital seems to be taking good care of them. I plan on stopping in a few more times before they head home. I'll be sure to update when I do.