After 72 days of intensive care nurseries, Harper will finally come home. Tomorrow is the “big day” (as Maddie keeps calling it), and it feels too good to be true! Harper received her immunizations today, and we actually ended up not having her MRI- due to all her brain has been through, there must be a lot of steps taken to insure her safety for the test, which involves a good bit of coordination between her team here and her team at Duke. So, for now, the MRI is on hold and we will go back to have it done in the next couple of weeks. We have a calendar full of appointments with various doctors and therapists over the next few months, and there are still a lot of uncertainties for Harper long-term in the opinion of the doctors… But we’ve been hearing that since the week before her birth and look where we are! We know the God we serve, and we know her future is one that has been planned out entirely by Him. We are looking forward to a life full of joy and miraculous surprises with our sweet Harper Lynn. Thank you all once again for praying so faithfully for our family over the past 11 weeks… We are blessed far more than we deserve!