Talitha not only got to leave her hospital room...
...she got to come home!
She was in a state of disbelief when I pulled the wagon into the room and told her it was time to go home. She was really quiet as if to not do something rash to end the good dream if that's all it would be.
Then she said, "wagon?"
Her eyes were big as we put on her pink jacket and pink hat and loaded into the wagon.
We had to put her mask on to leave the room...
Quite the celebration at home! Talitha dressed up for the occassion complete with tutu, wand, and a delightful assortment of hats. (These are just a few of the many hats received.)
Thankfully, Talitha's little personality survived this first-of-three transplants! She's already loving being home with her sibs--even if it will be for only a week--and it shows.
Thank you everyone for your prayers, support, encouragement, tending, meals, contributions, emails, notes, thoughts, house cleaning, rides, gifts, understanding, love, and kindness. Hats off to each of you!