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...was the day that after 3 and a half months Zac finally got to come home. I can still remember it like it was yesterday. I spent the night before at the hospital so that as soon as the cardio saw him we could leave. It took until 2pm but we finally got to leave and bring him home. There were a few occasions that we didn't think it would happen. The after care nurses weren't able to come out to the house until the 31st and so didn't want him discharged until the 30th. They had concerns about what would happen if his NG tube should come out. Luckily the head nurse on that day had worked on the cardiac ward at the Children's hospital and knew that we knew how to put it back in and correctly care for it. Its thanks to him (and I can't even remember his name) that Zac got to come home on the 29th. There were times on and off throughout the day that I thought that it was too good to be true. I guess, in the end, I was right.
Hugs and kisses with Jassie...
Waiting so patiently in his car seat to come home...
Finally home and in his own bed. Jassie decided he "needed" his pillow above his head...