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(edith wharton)


Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Harry, the meaning of life and thoughts from the Muddleheaded Wombat(cause that is what i feel like at the moment)

our dear little Harry is not well. He was taken to hospital on Sunday with high temps and was admitted. His temperature was quite high and the Drs could not stablize it. Yesterday he had an ultrasound done on his kidneys and they are ok however he has a UTI and will be in hospital for a few more days until the temperatures stay down and he will be on antibiotics for a month. After that he will have to have tests to see why he got the infection in the first place... the poor little mite..he is in a hospital cot, connected to drips and machines and he looks at you with those gorgeous big eyes.. it makes me cry.

I have Arch Angels Michael and Raphael at his bedhead and Mary Magdalene and the ascended Master Lord Sananda at the end. They are watching over him. I know he will be fine but it is awful to see him with huge needles going into his tiny arm... but he is trying so hard to be happy.. cooing and gurgling when he is awake.

it makes me wonder though... the whole time my daughter was trying to conceive.. she and her husband went off all chemicals, they followed a strict organic diet and she ate no seafood because of high levels of mercury, no soft cheeses, no junk food. Dear little Harry is an organic baby.. he is fed organic formula from teats and bottles that are chemical free.. his clothes are organic ... but he still gets sick.... just shows you how sick Mother Gaia must be.... too many chemicals, too much pollution for our human bodies to deal with.... it also makes me wonder why things happen like this...according to some, we manifest sickness in our bodies.. so does that mean that babies manifest cancer for themselves.. did Harry manifest this infection, somehow in his four months of life?? did he lie in his crib thinking thoughts along the lines of blaming others for his misfortunes in life.. being annoyed at 'his lot' cause according to Louise L Hay that is what a urinary tract infection means... or did he decide that he wanted this before he came to earth to 'learn a lesson' for his soul? I have absoltuely no idea but I am beginning to believe what my friend says and that is (excuse the french) 'shit happens'.... we have no control over what happens at all...anyhow... what I can do is love him.. hug him, give his parents a break from sitting in the hospital 24 hours...

I cannot settle to visiting blogs so don't think I am ignoring you if I haven't visited in a few days.. I will get to commenting soon ...

16 comments:

Gemma said...

dearest sweet Robyn,
Harry is in my prayers. It is so awful when babies get sick. Poor thing....I send comfort and love to you all.
xx

tinker said...

Still keeping Harry, you and your fmaily in my thoughts and prayers, Robyn. May all be well and all be well - and all manner of things be well -- most especially, may Harry be well!
XOXO

Pam said...

Trusting that everything will be alright for you and your family dear Robyn. Thinking of you all very much and hoping Harry is well on his way to recovery and will be home soon.

Island Girl Spirit said...

Robyn,
My prayers are with you, Harry, and your family.
Shit does happen. I don't get it.
I agree with you though, our world is so polluted at this point no matter how healthy we are we're still getting it . . .
Blessed Be, Kel

amelia said...

Hi Robyn, I'm so sorry to read about your precious baby. I'm sure you must be out of your mind with worry as I would be. You have been in my thoughts for a long time.

I'm in Toronto now with my daughter who had surgery yesterday and my dad, who will be 90 in October, who is under the knife having heart surgery as I write. I don't know when I'll be going home and I read your blog right before I left and it's been bothering me that I didn't comment when I could have.

I went on the 'net and dug up an old blog and got here through that! I don't have any email addresses with me and can't access my email.

Praying for Harry...

Kim said...

Oh Robyn! Poor little Harry, I do so hope he gets better soon. Blogland will wait, you have concerns close to home to sort out first. Strength to you, my dear and to your family.

Kim x

linda may said...

G'Day Robyn,
Thanks for your comments on my last post.
I am sorry to hear about little Harry being crook. Ii think we can do everything to nurture and protect our kids but life still happens to them anyway. Maybe he and us learn some things along the way, anyhow, that strengthen us as part of our lives. Or,maybe I am just a stoic?
I understand you feeling like the muddle headed wombat at the moment it would be a big shock to see your beloved baby boy in such a state.
P.S. my sister worked at Katoomba hospital for a couple of years and loved it there, is that where Harry is.

Rowan said...

I'm so sorry to hear that Harry is ill - poor little boy. I hope he will recover very quickly and soon be home again.

Ruth said...

So sorry to here about this Robyn, but I'm sure Harry will be OK. And no, I don't believe for one moment that he brought this on himself. Shit undoubtedly just happens - the choices we have in life are about how we deal with the shit, and I'm sure all Harry's carers are doing the best they can. I am adding positive energy from across the globe.

Gill said...

so sorry to hear that, I'm sending healing to him right now. Shit does happen and how we cope with it is what makes us strong. Love to you and your family.x

Sacred Suzie said...

Oh Robyn, don't worry about us. Focus on your wee one, he needs all your energy right now. I'm so sorry it's been such a struggle for him. This world is filled with toxins that they can't shield him from. I hope he managed to boost his immunity and be the strong and bright spirit he is meant to be.

Tracy said...

Hope baby Harry feels better soon, Robyn!

Peggy said...

sending up prayers for the little one

Lady Laurie said...

Dear Robyn,
I hope Harry is dong better. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers.
Love and Hugss))

A bird in the hand said...

I've been up to my ears, but I did get the news about Harry, and I want to catch up. I am so HAPPY he's recovered, the darling little mite! xoxoxoxoxo

Mary Ellen said...

Little Harry is in my thoughts. One home remedy which is frequently suggested for little girls with chronic UTI is to add a couple of glugs of vinegar to the bathwaterto create a more favorable ph for the ureathra. It might not be as effective for little boys, anatomy being what it is, but it seems like a pretty harmless thing to try.