It’s Kim here. Phil has been doing such a good job of keeping everyone well updated, he got back on the boat yesterday after spending 2 weeks with Kerry in Harefield and I know that she will have loved having him there for so long!
I have spoken to Mum and there have been a few updates today which Kerry wanted on her blog. She is now in E Ward which is brilliant (a lot sooner than we originally thought) which speaks volumes of her progress in itself. She has had a busy day today- her catheter, cvp artery line and nasal feeding tube have all been removed! Her trachi tube has also been swapped for a much smaller one and they hope to take this out completely in the next few days. She just now has one IV line in her arm and all of her monitors are now off. She has gone down to 1 litre of oxygen a day and therefore is pretty much completely breathing on her own (again the plan is to get this to none very soon).
Mum informed me that she is doing very well however has a very uncomfortable/bloated stomach so this is causing her discomfort. The doctors have advised that the physio is crucial at this time and she must push herself to really work with the physios as much as she can. She is incredible and we’re all so proud of her. Tom went to visit her at the beginning of this week Edgar & I are going this weekend and we cannot wait to see her!!
A lot of people have been asking me if they can send things/cards to Kerry- I have been informed that she is now on ‘E Ward’ at Harefield so cards can be sent there (sorry to not be more specific). Again, Kerry and the family are so grateful for all of your well wishes and thoughts and I know she’ll be back to blogging in no time!
Love Kim xxxxx