Just over a week ago our #4 granddaughter had an appointment at the large children's hospital here in Brisbane, the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. Her mum and dad had driven the 7 hours to Brisbane the day before and expected to drive home after Tuesday's appointment. But that wasn't to be; A was admitted for observation and tests. You see she had been born with health problems and in her first 2 months, she wasn't as well as she could be.
Testing continues and it looks like she will stay in hospital until at least the end of next week. Then, rather than going home to the property, she will be transferred to a regional hospital in Toowoomba which will mean she will be a bit closer to home. It is still a 'long road' but at least the rigorous testing over these 2 weeks, will give the young parents some answers and the direction that treatments will move in. Because little A has chronic health issues, she has been given a quilt from Project Linus. ( this is a worldwide group that makes and distributes quilts to all children who are forced to spend time in hospital on an ongoing basis.)