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GS photos in the hospital....he's out now and at home...

Posted by juanital (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 23, 07 at 22:55

He's okay, he got a bad case of croup, was in for 4 days had breathing treatments and an IV and was going totally bonkers in there...A lot of my shots didn't turn out well...I was trying the sport and night scene modes and alot turned out quite grainy...
those that did come out...you can see the despair from having to be contained and not run around...and the couple videos my daughter took you would of thought he was a caged animal trying to get out....Except for the seal cough you would of thought he was normal....

this is one of the few that came out but when I saw it I thought it cute and 'awwww'....(the left side of face the tv was shining on it...the other side yellow curtains)....
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We all took our turns walking the halls with him riding the iv pole and or wagon and to the toy room....
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He actually settle down for a few minutes...taken with Fujifinepix e500 in the black and white mode....
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RE: GS photos in the hospital....he's out now and at home...

Good to hear he is out. That first photo is neat.

We have been there too ...


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RE: GS photos in the hospital....he's out now and at home...

Awwww, ya feel so bad for them. Am so glad it's over. It happened while he was here and his mommy and daddy were coming down that weekend to get him. We felt awful, but mom said it was a virus (like the flu) and has to run its course...Thank you, Zitro...
juanita


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