Wednesday, March 13, 2013

a rosie update


Rosie is home from the hospital, recovering and resuming her routine. It's going to take a while. She's been diagnosed with a serious autoimmune disease, and unfortunately it's complicated. Part of her treatment, caused more problems. Luckily, she's still smiling. I wish I could tell you all about it and fill you in on the details over a nice cup of tea. 

Know that I'm grateful. For all of your prayers and good wishes, the skilled nurses, knowledgeable doctors, the brand new children's hospital,  and 'beyond' helpful family and friends. I have so much to be thankful for...

xo
Molly




50 comments:

Sentimentally Me said...

Wonderful News! Very happy your little miss is home with you. . .

xox Hang in there.

Kate P. said...

Oh, Molly, I know I speak for many of your readers when I say that Rosie and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers since your last post. I am so happy for you that your dear girl is home and that you know what you're fighting. Continued prayers will be coming your way.

Annelies said...

I have been anxious ( and prayerful) waiting for your post. My husband has an autoimmune disorder ( mostly in remission). I know it is not an easy journey. Keep us posted and hugs for your adorable little Rosie. XXX

gena said...

Glad she's home and smiling. As the mommy of a son with chronic illness, I offer my sympathy, empathy and prayers... if you ever want to chat with a (MUCH older) mom, feel free to Email me. I also have two of my very own auto-immune diseases (hashimotos and Crohns).

gentle hugs and many prayers,
gena

It's me said...

What a winderful news !!!..i am so glad for Rosie......and you!!..love from me...prayers help...always.....love love Ria...xxx...

Stef said...

Hi Molly!

Thank you for the update; sending so much love and good thoughts your way! It sounds like you have a lot of wonderful support!! (Since we're shouting out our autoimmune diseases here just in case you need more resources or support, mine is ulcerative colitis) :)

GardenofDaisies said...

Sending prayers up for you and little Rosie. So glad that she is well enough to come home. Hugs.

Sue said...

I'm a new reader to your blog. So glad to hear your daughter is feeling better. My 20 year old daughter has autoimmune hepatitis, so I feel for you!

vintage grey said...

So happy to hear she is back at home and smiling. Sending prayers and hugs to you and sweet Rosie! xo Heather

Kathleen Grace said...

Such a precious and beautiful little girl! I am so glad she is home where you can keep your arms around her, mothers hugs are potent medicine! I'll keep her in my prayers.

laurie -magpie ethel said...

Oh Miss Rosie....will be thinking of you and that little cutie. Hang in there.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Been trying to check in to see how you and your family are.....thanks for updating us. We'll keep her in our prayers.

Mogis Cottage said...

Thank you for your update. I wish Rosie all the best and Iam happy that she is back home again. I hope that she will win the fight against this chronic illness and always keeps her smiling.
Love Tina

Vietje said...

I wish her al the best!

fee @ chipper nelly said...

thanks for the update Molly - we were all thinking of you all! Glad she's home and you have good treatment...we are so lucky in that respect aren't we.
Sending over a HUGE bossomed hug (and one for Rosie too!)
fee x

Crafted by Carly said...

You must be over the moon to have her back home with you.
Sending hugs to you both, and get well soon wishes to sweet Rosie.....
Carly
x

BéBé Chérie said...

Glad to hear Rosie is back with you. I have been checking your blog for news about her so this is quite good relief to know she is better. Bon courage!

blueberries in the fields said...

i am happy your little girl is back home. i pray that she gets better. sneding hugs for her and mommy xoxo

mynestofyarnandbuttons said...

Hi Molly, I know you don't know me, but I follow your blog. I am so happy to hear your sweet lovely little Rosie is home. You have my prayers and love for support and strength to get through all of this. Smiles are great and I'm so happy for you that Rosie IS!!
Blessings, xoRobin❤

Barbara said...

Sending you love and best wishes on the road ahead.

Babe said...

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FairieMoon said...

I am so sorry Rosie has been diagnosed with an auto-immune. I have one too, but I am 44, she is so small. She will remain in my prayers. I hope now that you have a diagnosis they will be able to figure out how to help her. Give her lots of hugs and kisses and thank you so much for the update. I have been checking in everyday!

Vicki said...

I was a sickly child with a tricky incurable disease which was difficult to manage back in the day. Nearly 60 years later, I'm okay and I've lived a mostly-normal life. The world of medicine has had tremendous advancements since those times and I'm glad Rosie is a child of 2013 rather than 1953. My mom nearly died of rickets and pneumonia as a toddler, but just passed in February at nearly 90 years of age after a robust life until the very-senior years. I say these things not to compare...not at all...but to give you encouragement because, although I have no children of my own to my deep regret and never-resolved heartache, I cannot possibly imagine what it is to have a sick child. It has to be anguish for a parent like nothing else. Dear, precious Rosie; may each day bring her healing sunshine and so much love from all of us out here in cyberspace. Take care, Molly (you must keep your own self rested, fed and loved...I know, easier said sometimes than done...so that you can be all you need to be for her and the rest of your family but also for the valuable person who is YOU)

Libbie Doyle said...

So glad she has a smile! I don't remember if I commented before when I read about her being sick but she has been on my mind & I have been praying :)

So precious.

Mrs. Cozy Home said...

So glad your little dear is back home ... I also live with an autoimmune condition, my hat is off to you for having her properly diagnosed so young.

Anonymous said...

I agree with all the posts before...Ive been checking daily for an update, as Rosie has been on my mind. So pleased she is back home with her loving family surrounded by beauty. Im a main carer for my brother who was in hospital for 17 months after a severe accident which left him in a wheel chair, with a serious braun injury and dependant on others for care. I remember thr feeling of it all being out of my hands, waiting for him to wake up from a coma. To bring him home was the best present ever. 16 years on..its been a tough ride but we cope..but want to encourage you that family love wins! Im now a mummy to a 5 year old daughter..and Id be broken if she was suffering...so really feel for you...hang in there...and yes..draw strength from your blessings.Wishing you all courage and strength...and hugs to Rosie from England xxx Deb

Anonymous said...

Oops!!! Mistyped braun injury instead of brain injury!!...interesting..almost comical if it wasnt so serious! X

Anonymous said...

thank you for your update on little rosie. i'm so sorry to hear about her illness. best wishes and prayers for her continued healing. phyllis

Pink Fawn said...

Wonderful news & I'm so happy to hear that our prayers were answered :) Sending many hugs to all of you! xo

Elyse said...

thinking of you all and sending the bestest thoughts your way!!!

xo
elyse

nannykim said...

glad she is home

Laurie Q said...

Good to hear that your sweet little one is on the mend. I'm so glad that we have a kind and loving God who answers our prayers. Please keep us posted on her recovery.

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Molly,
Here is another person saying a prayer for your dear Rosie. I will be thinking of you all from Florida.
I am so sorry, too, about loosing your beloved Dad. Tough time you are going through and I pray for your strength.
Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

koralee said...

Sending you oodles of prayers for your sweetie! and you. xoxo

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CaraRose said...

Welcome Home Rosie. I will definitely be praying for you Molly and your little sweetheart.

I too am autoimmune. Undiagnosed in childhood. No diagnosis until age 41. I am now 65. I have systemic Lupus.

If you care to talk I am a good listener.

CaraRose

passionfruitprincess said...

Hope your sweet little girl gets better. I know how hard it is. Keep your faith, and all will be well. Take care.

heather at wordplayhouse® said...

Molly, Rosie is in my thoughts—As are you and your whole family. Warmly, ~heather

Vicki said...

Yes, as Heather said above, you crossed my mind today and I continue to send healing thoughts for dear little Rosie, you and your family.

Ruthie Miller said...

Looking for an update on Rosie. Praying she is doing well.
Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

Sue said...

I just discovered your blog Molly and it is a delight. Your little Rosie is the sweetest little girl, I hope she is feeling lots better. There is nothing worse for a mama than a baby who is not well. Prayers for all things to be well.

Annelies said...

I was just checking to see if you had updated. I know your priorities are with Rosie, so know I keep you in prayer and hope she ( and the family) are doing well. XXX

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How is dear Rosie doing now in 2014! I am always available on Facebook for prayer requests in private messages.

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Shelby Brite said...

Are you still writing your blog, Molly? I didn't know if maybe you changed websites or if you're done with the blog world. I am so sorry Rosie has been so sick. My daughter was diagnosed with an Autoimmune disorder at age 10; it is so hard on us Mommies to see our kids suffer. If you'd like to chat, please email me. Hope you are well.

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