During the morning we were suprised with a visit from one of Harri's teachers who also taught Noah last year. She was down in Hobart also visiting a relative in hospital so it was nice that she could pop over to see Noah.
Simone delivered lots of hugs from lots of different people from up north and also overseas (thanks Lisa :)
Chels and Simone make me laugh so much so it was so nice to sit and chat for a while with them.
The boys were so excited to be here and to stay at Ronald McDonald House again. It's so nice to know that they have such a lovely and fun place to stay while we are here. It makes the stay so much easier, and it's so nice just being across the road from Noah. I wish so much I could be in the room sleeping with him, but I'm so grateful that we aren't too far.
Harri spent some time on the computer and I noticed he was messaging a friend from school. One of his messages to her said 'yes I'm wuwed (worried) about Noah'. He has become a lot more worried this week about Noah and has been sad at school and also home. As soon as he saw us he asked 'how's Noah's temperature? How's Noah's oxygen!?'.
Di drove down for another visit and it was so nice that she could spend some time with Noah while he was awake.
She also delivered the most beautiful book that Noah's class from school had made for him. Each child had done a page which said 'Noah is special because....' and had put down their own thoughts about why. As we were reading it together we couldn't help but cry as we know how much the kids all love him and wish he was well and at school with them.