Silent Sunday Liked that? Try one of these...The Return of the Mad Cat LadyWhy You Tube could teach your child a valuable lesson about lifeA very special story (for feeding tube awareness week) Post navigation ← Parental boundries (Just Bring the Chocolate style) Silent Sunday → 14 Responses Hope he’s OK x He’s not doing too badly at the moment thanks, we just need a plan so we can go home 🙂 Sending hugs x loving the tent but not loving where abouts it is!! sending hugs x I know, hospital isn’t the greatest of playgrounds, but you’d be surprised how inventive I can be with hospital equipment Hope he’s better very soon. Thank you Fiona, he’s been in Great Ormond Street hospital for 3 months, hoping to be home before Xmas x Thinking of you as I do often. I have learned from you. Thank you, ditto x This is my first week on Silent Sunday which is where I found your blog from. Having skipped around the blogosphere this I decided that as I clicked on your blog that this would be my last comment for the evening. I made a good choice and this is the best photo I have seen today. I know nothing of who is in the den or why. I only know that they have a den. And when small people have a den then they are happy small people. Thank you so much for sharing. Thank you Rosie, and what a kind thing to say. You’re right he is very happy in his little den. It makes a big, scary world, a little bit smaller and more in control x Fingers crossed he can be home for Christmas… xx have everything crossed you get home for christmas x Love the tent, but hope everything is ok, lots of love x Comments are closed.