Operation Hope: Paused for Thanksgiving

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Gavin has arrived home for possibly the next 3 days. The reason for this is because the boys don’t have school all week and Lizze’s parents work during the day. 

We feel that it would be less traumatic for all involved if Gavin were to just stay home these three days instead of bouncing back and forth.  That would prove to be very stressful on the E’s.


There is an off chance that Gavin may be able to stay with my parents.  Believe me, we will jump on that if it becomes a possibility.

Elliott and Emmett are already so stressed out. I have no idea what to expect.

I also don’t expect to have any significant problems with Gavin because he hasn’t been home for a long time, so we will have our own little honeymoon phase.

I’m more concerned of the impact his physical presence will have on Elliott,  Emmett and Lizze. 

Lizze and I are going to make the best out of a bad situation a day use this time to watch Gavin’s health.  We need to guage where he’s at.

I have no doubt that this week is going to be a tense one for everyone but we’re trying and the keyword is trying, to remain positive and make sure everyone pulls through.

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Just started praying for you.


@Mary Franzen Costello thank you