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Home Sweet Home

We finally made it.

After four long weeks and a very bumpy road Kelsey and I finally got to bring Mason back to his home. It was such a good feeling putting Mason in our own car and walking through our front doors. It is so nice to be here without that feeling that you're missing something.

All in all, things are going pretty good so far. Brady (our dog) is still trying to figure out what's going on and Mason will need some adjusting, but so far he is doing well. The hardest part about being here is the fact that Kelsey and I are now Mason's nurses. We give him a few different medications a couple times a day, along with a shot twice a day. That took some getting used to, but now it's not such a big deal. In fact, I don't even know if Mason realizes he's getting one anymore.

Kelsey and I would like to thank all of you for everything you have done. I know many of you have asked us to let you know if there is anything you can do to help and we haven't mentioned anything, but believe me, your prayers and support are plenty. We have also been briefed on this weekends fundraiser that Alex and Christina Carbajal have spearheaded. We were quite surprised and extremely grateful to hear so many people getting involved to help Mason. We consider ourselves very lucky to have friends and loved ones that care so much.

Obviously, Kelsey and I have a long journey ahead of us along with Mason, as we fully understand that the road ahead will be bumpy. But we have strong faith in our God and trust that in the end everything will work out. We have our first appointment with Mason's pediatrician tomorrow and Kelsey and I are anxious to meet him. With that said, we're going to TRY and get some sleep.

Thanks a million!!

Greg & Kelsey


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