Due to pregnancy complications, at first one of my children and her newborn daughter were hospitalized. Now, my daughter has been released but her newborn has been taken to UK Children’s Center.

It has been a chaotic few weeks as I deal with this issue. While I would like nothing more than to talk about it here (I could use a shoulder to cry upon), I do not want to disrespect my daughter by sharing more than she has chosen to share publicly.

As I sit here, running on caffeine and adrenaline, the urge to bare my soul is intense but my morals disagree. This affects my daughter and my newest granddaughter; it would not be respectful for me to share this piece of their life without permission. Even as I have shared stories of those around me over the years, this is one story I cannot.

One bright side to this story that I can share is that I have been able to spend more time with my middle daughter and my other grandchildren as a result of this chaos. I spent a portion of time yesterday playing peek-a-boo with my toddler granddaughter. She would play that game as well as kick off one of her shoes and ask me to fetch things to her as part of the game, giggling every time that her grandma patiently participated in her antics.

That has been an immense bright spot in my recent days.

For now I have to sort some things around the home quickly. I am going to spend the night in the hospital this evening, so I need to sort things here before I leave.

Once the chaos settles I promise to return to my writing. In the meantime, I hope that you will bear with me.


8 thoughts on “Chaos”

  1. Dear Annie and dear daughter of Annie,

    Very sorry to hear about your ordeal. I hope and pray all will be well!!

    Dear granddaughter: hang in there little one! Just lit an “encouregement candel” for you (sorry, don ‘t know the names of these in English).

    Take care luvvies,
    Big hug,

    1. Thank you, Carolina. Baby is scheduled for surgery Monday. Due to my current situation, I may stay away to protect myself and others up there. I have concerns that I may be contagious since my temperature is once again elevated after yesterday’s adventure.

  2. Sorry you are all going through this. Take care of yourselves the best you can. I’ll be here when life settles down again.

  3. Dang, that sounds like a very scary situation for your family. Sending good thoughts your way.

  4. I am now, always have been and always will be there for you. You have but to let me know.

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