Demolition of the Front of the House

So I’m sitting in the hospital with Aidan have a long, watchful, perhaps more difficult day. My head is going back and forth between monitors – one holding Aidan’s numbers which I’m less than thrilled with, and one looking through photos of my house being taken down. A huge project; a group effort; a hard but fun work day (I presume). I’m humbled to tears to see that people I know and don’t know are caring for my family on this very day while we are so far away. I really wish I could smash some more stuff. In fact, I’d love to bring all the parents from Children’s Hospital home to smash stuff, but there’s nothing left anymore…..except a bigger stage.

To everyone who was there today: THANK-YOU!

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To read more about our hospital stay go here.

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About Heather Bowie

I’m the mother of two wonderful boys and have been married almost 20 years to an amazing Irishman I met in a castle. Our oldest son Liam loves to read and run. Our younger son Aidan loves to drive his power chair and socialize. Aidan has a rare genetic disease (PURA Syndrome) and Epilepsy. This blog was birthed out of the desire to tell our story, and in doing so, appreciate the journey.
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