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Day 835: Back in Routine

Madison had her first full day of therapies since being home from St Louis. Mommy was unsure how she would handle a full day, but Madison was happy and excited and her old self all day long – such a creature of habit – once she was around her team of people and doing what…

Day 834: Standing!

Madi and Jack finally slept! And slept in! So it was a glorious morning at home with a late breakfast and then a nice visit at Pam’s while Mommy unpacked some more. It was then time for Mommy to get her hair fixed up so Madi and Jack went for a visit with Suzanne and…

Day 833: “The Plan”

By the time everyone went to bed after returning home from St Louis it was about 3:30am, so needless to say this morning was a write off. Lots of lying around and PJ’s in bed followed by a late 11am breakfast. Once breakfast was over, Pam popped over to visit and Madison and Jack thanked…

Day 832: Saying Goodbye

Today was Madison’s last day in St. Louis. Her and Jack spent the morning eating breakfast and playing while the adults all packed to leave. All of the hotel staff said very meaningful and emotional goodbyes. They were all so amazing during our almost 6 week stay with them. They made our stay with them…

Day 831: Final Day in St Louis!

Madi spent her day seeing some sights and hanging around the hotel relaxing for her final day in St Louis.  Mommy & Daddy did some shopping and made sure to pick up the essentials to bring home… Madi and Jack did a great job packing  Everyone also watched the weather while packing…tornado warnings!! Th final…

Day 830: Last Physio in STL

Madi was up early, along with everyone else to head to the hospital for her last Physio session in St Louis. She did some video tape work to show her walking, worked on the treadmill and did great work in her canes. Madison loved all her sessions at therapy and will miss it.  ​​ ​…

Day 829: Icecream!

Madi had a Physio session bright and early this morning. The first part of the session was allocated to discuss the home program Madison will be doing for the next 6 months. She also got her different ranges measured to share with her therapists at home. The second part of the session was spent walking.…