Post #10 – September 1st, 2012

So I have been getting a bunch of questions about how Jen is doing today and the answer is much better… In general, she just didn’t feel very good, but at the end of the day, it was still a GREAT DAY, because Baby Chopp got a day older. Vitals are good and in general, things have calmed down late last night into today. Jen was able to sleep in as well – you would think patients actually get to rest in the hospital, but they do not.

Today has been actually kind of fun (if you can believe that in a hospital). To have a proper GAMEDAY, Stez/AJ/Vanessa, sent us a Zingerman’s Rueben making sandwich kit complete with fresh bread, corned beef, cheese, coleslaw, potato salad, brownies, and more. This was just to bring a little bit of Ann Arbor to us here in the hospital. So cool, thank you for being incredible friends!

So of course we decided to have a tailgate in the hospital…why not?!? There is a conference room 2 doors down from Jen’s room. I brought a skillet, oil, and all the goodies. Of course both sets of parents showed up (in Michigan GameDay gear) and we invited Jen’s roommate Rachel and her family too. Marlene cooked the Ruebens and they were delicious!

The only bad news is obviously the game (losing 31-7 right now)….In the conference room they have old TVs so I had to go to the Allen Park Best Buy and buy two converter boxes to get the game. Have 2 TVs going right now, but I really don’t feel like watching…

But no matter what happens in the game I will be happy, because Baby Chopp is still in Mom and growing!

I know I keep saying it but, please be thankful for everyday…..they are truly precious…. and THANK YOU for all being such great friends!

Evan, Jen, and Baby Girl Chopp



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