After we finished eating Rob returned to the motel and the three reminng of us walked next door to The Beckman Genetic andf Molecular Research building where I used to work. The intent was seeing a coupld of long-time dear friends. Above is Auggie who we haven't seen since Jen's wedding 2 years ago!
Next was KAthy who has been such a big help to Erin and her family already. She met Erin and Rob at their first doctor visit at Stanford and watched Steven for them the entire time they were with the doctor. By the way -- she and Steven have a love affair for one another going on. Time flew by and laughter was shared beinbg with such good friends.
When we left campus we stopped at Signora's Farmer's Market at Stanford Shopping Center and went into a foodie's paradise. Deb and I actually caught ourselves fondling the gorgeous fresh produce. What can we say?! One thing I purcahsed was EVOO infused with procini mushrooms from Italy. heaven! Then it was to Fry's. The harp music yesterday relaxed Erin so much that she was able to pump milk. Up until that time her stress/nerves preventing her form being able to. We were on a hunt for a DVD player and a CD of harp music for Erin to use after the surgery. Fry's had the product but none in stock so over to Walmart we went. They came through and they get the gold star.
Steven was out like a light. He's one very tired little boy. Rob called the hospital about 45 minutes ago and they said everything was fine with Erin. As any of you know having sat through someone's surgery, they really don not tell you much and just how frustrating that is as the hours vontijue to go by. I will update again when I have something more. Thanks form the whole family for the love, support and prayers. We are blessed to have you all in our lives.