Last week was crazy. We ended up in the emergency room twice after returning from Palm Springs. Harper’s fever came back and she seemed to be getting worse while I was getting better, so Sunday night around 10pm we headed to the ER.
We found that sweet Harp had pneumonia and she was put on antibiotics for 7 days. On Monday night around 9:30 Harper suddenly jolted out of Jordan’s arms off of the couch and hit her forehead on the tile floor.
We were already on high alert due to the pneumonia and she seemed to be slipping out of consciousness so we called 911.
They arrived in about 5 minutes and told us to take her to the hospital for a CT Scan just to be safe. The Ct Scan showed no bleeding or major trauma, so we were sent home and only had to worry about her pneumonia.
The antibiotics kicked in quickly and Harper started smiling and playing again on Tuesday. On Wednesday she had her check in with her doctor, and she told us that we could start taking Harper to outdoor activities while she was finishing up her medication.
We were able to make it Disneyland for an hour to celebrate a friend’s daughter turning 13.
The next night we went to one of Jordan’s student’s lacrosse games, and Harper got to try focaccia for the first time too.
Jordan’s day off is Friday, so we spent the day down in San Clemente. We would like to move down there once our lease is up, so we spent our time on the beach, house hunting, and checking out an instagram friend’s new coffee shop. The shop is called Bear Coast Coffee and it is a pop up shop inside of The Cellar. We ordered iced coffee and iced tea and they were both delicious.
Saturday, we went to a student’s horse show. I had never been to one so it was a fun experience. A church friend was nice enough to take Harper for the night so that I could go to dinner and to see Captain America with Jordan and the youth group. It was awesome by the way!
The barista at Starbucks called me a swaggy pimp because of my fur coat and this is what my drink said…. so embarrassing!!!
Even though it has been a stressful and exhausting couple of weeks, we were still able to have some fun outside. Thank you for all of the prayers and kind words. Harper seems almost completely back to normal now.