Second time lucky we headed home again and this time made it all the way - it must of been a quick journey as no sooner did I nod off when we had arrived. Although I was excited to see Ďhomeí I didnít see any need to wake up straight away as I was making the most of my comfortable car seat.
I woke up with two very strange faces staring at me which gave me quite a shock. Both the faces were very black and hairy and had big green eyes - Mum then shooed them off, got me out of the car seat for a cuddle and fed me. Later on she introduced the scary faces as my cats Jack and George both of whom seemed very interested in me and kept wanting a sniff.
I got given a tour of the house after lunch and decided I really liked my bedroom. Its ace as it has a really comfy rocking chair which Mum and I sat on while she made faces at me making me smile lots.
Later on I was really full after my feed and Dad decided to change my nappy, but all the movement was too much for my full tummy and I decided to be very sick. Dad then rushed me downstairs and sucked out everything from my throat which made me feel loads better. I then fell asleep on Mum as my tummy wasnít so full anymore and it was a lot more manageable for me to breathe. When Mum went to put me down she caught my tube plaster on her jumper and yanked out my tube! This upset me a little but also meant it was time to return to ACORNS as they knew how to put my tube back down and I really needed it for my next feed.
So we packed up our stuff and said goodbye to Aunty Claire and the furry black cats (it was nice of Jack to warm up my car seat too). When we arrived back they decided to put down my tube around my next feed, but this took a lot longer than I would of hoped and I have to admit I got quite upset. Mum and Dad both tried to calm me down but I wasnít very happy and after my feed the nurses said I looked very pale and needed some oxygen as . I think they should also give some oxygen to Mum as she always looks very pale.