The first plane to Charlotte was interesting Her feeding tube got caught on the seatbelt and jerked it out. So naturally, that was upsetting. Then, we had a total of 15 minutes to get to the next plane because of rain in D.C. and Philadelphia that delayed our flight pattern. Instead of having an hour and 15 minute layover, it was just that 15 minutes, which would never had made because it was on a totally different concourse. God helped us out by having a little baggage shuttle show up and gave us a ride. We made it there, despite the rude sarcasm of the US Airways clerk. So on the second plane, we had to give Julianne some sugar water to sustain her until she was able to be fed at the hospital.
To cap off our trip, we were greeted by family, with handshakes, hugs, kisses, balloons, and baggage help. That was received with gratitude, and we were glad to be back home. So now we continue her feeding process here at Ochsner, and hopefully will only be here a few days, but it all depends on our little girl.
Thank you God for the grace to make it through that day and every day.