Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Home

We are home and so far doing well. The hardest part is keeping him down and not running all over the house. It was a LONG night with its ups and downs as the doctor told us that night time is always the hardest time of the day for the little guys. In the early morning hours I really couldn't tell you exactly when but before the sun was up they came in for the 4th time in 24hours to draw blood and test it. And then came back in and started to wake him up and give me a lot of attention. Never a word was said to me as there was something wrong or not. But to come to find out I guess his blood level had dropped and they had to take another sample and luckly it came back up on its own or we would have been stuck in that hospital for more then just one day. The nurses where wonderful even at 2 am quietly asking me did he pee? But we are so glad to be home where the beds are just alittle softer and we can rest. We still have a long road and this is just the begining. We are scheaduled to go in and get the results of the tests Tuesday morning and we will let everyone know as soon as we can.

Thank you so much to all the wonderful people in our life who have already helped us so much. With watching kids or just playing with them so our hands would be free.

5 comments:

Amber Grannis said...

We're praying for him! Please let me know what I can do. And I'm asking as a friend, ok, not just part of the Primary. If you need anything...a run to the grocery store, a sitter for Hyde and Riley, anything, just call.

Laurie said...

I'm glad things aren't crazier than they are!! Hang in there!

Carrie said...

thanks for giving me an update on facebook. i don't know why i didn't think to look for your blog before! but i found it. :) i'm going to go invite you to mine right now. i hope everything comes back ok. we'll be praying for you all.
carrie

Carrie said...

k. duh. you're already invited. apparently i just forgot to add you to my blog list and then after that forgot that you had one at all! airhead. :)

Kermit Crew said...

Ya' gotta' luv the nighttime interruptions from the nurses, although I had a pretty good experience with them as well when we were at PCH. Most of them were so nice and let me sleep! It's a lot easier with diapers, you can just put them out for the nurses to collect when they come in. Anwyay...our prayers are with you and we love ya' guys!