Monday, August 23, 2010


This past weekend Thurs thru Monday, we had the opportunity to drive two and half hours to Sacramento to visit our Aunt RoseAnne and Uncle Leonard. Patrick and Sofia were there waiting for us, it was amazing how happy the girls were to see each other! Sofía definately had a very hard time to be away from her sister, as Rhonda our daycare provider put it best, "It was as if Sofia was missing a limb." It was great to see my hubby and my other princess! I was emotionally and physically exhausted, and my wonderful husband took on full daddy duty to let me rest and sleep in. One of the best things was not to worry about cooking or what I was going to feed Anise. Aunt RoseAnne was so hospitable, and made some delicious meals...and discovered that both of my daughters love Cinnamom Toast Crunch...they cleared out her supply. Thanks Aunt Rosie and Uncle Leonard! I so appreciated it!

1st day at Aunt Rosie's and Uncle Leonard's

It was a handful to keep the girls from running and jumping, as they had missed each other so much! I felt pretty stressed that she would get hurt and wondered if all this activity would hinder Anise recovery. I was still overcome by the joy to see my hubby and Sofia,and knew that the best medicine for Anise was the presence of her sister.

Happy to be together-best friends

The other amenity that the girls loved were the wild turkey that live in AuntRosie's neighborhood.  They loved the turkeys!

Wild Turkey's, even on someone's roof!


  1. I am so glad she is healing well, and that she is able to see her sister and family! Thank you for the updates. Our little guy will be with Dr. Roberson on October 21st. I am praying for you all! I might have a few questions for you as our surgery date approaches.

  2. Ke bueno ke ya esta todo bien Chikita! Les mandamos un fuerte abrazo y un beso a la mas hermosa cantante que conocemos!!!! Ahora si agarrate por ke todo va a oir