These are some of Caleb's nurses and yes, they are all giving the "jag" sign. Oh ya, and they all hang out in his room and think he is hilarious.
I asked Caleb to give a kiss to everyone because you are all thinking of him...and here it is. Muah!!
Caleb is talking on the phone to Kai and reading the morning paper.
He could not sit up at all 2 weeks ago, and he now sits and eats on the side of his bed and reads the paper every morning.
Say Cheese!!! Caleb is so much more photogenic then I am. He is soo handsome!!!!
My visit with Caleb has been absolutely amazing and I want everyone to start this blog off with a smile, because Caleb is even smiling again. You know the feeling you get when you first meet someone you are falling for...when your eyes meet...or your lips touch for the first time? I get that feeling when I am around Caleb. We are giddy around each other. At times, when we are sitting in his bed alone, we just gaze into each others eyes and not say a word, because we know what the other is thinking. Then we just get these silly smiles on and I giggle like a little girl and Caleb puts on this adorable smile.
Here is a little update for all of you who have been waiting. Caleb is eating three meals a day, and gaining more and more weight everyday. He is practicing his breathing while speaking and has become very vocal. The speech region on his brain was damaged in the accident, so with persistent practice and patience, Caleb will be speaking in full sentences and clearer in time. Hearing his voice now is like angels singing, because it has been three months since I have heard it. Along with myself and some other very close friends, we have been calling Caleb's cell phone, just to hear his voice on his voicemail message. I know, it sounds crazy, but its very true. But we do not have to do that for much longer. Caleb is gaining his strength back and his mobility. He can walk with help from one person and he is very eager to move around as fast as possible. This morning he shaved his face, washed and dressed himself. These are all steps that Caleb needs to master so that he can come home as soon as possible, and he is doing such a good job at them. Whenever anyone helps him, even for the smallest task, he will look you in the eye and say.."Thank you." He is soo sweet and you see this in everything he does.I can't get enough of him when I am here. I wish i could put him in my purse and take him home with me. One day, he will just be a drive across town and I know we are all excited about that. Caleb is working extremely hard and doing his "jobs" as we call them. He is doing so well because of all the strength he is feeling from all of you. Thank you so much and keep the positive thoughts coming!!