Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy "Heart" day!!!!



Noah has been FULL of smiles ALL DAY today! As soon as I walked into his room this morning, his whole face lit up! He did not get bored of the smiles either!! I just could not get over the joy and happiness I saw on his face and in his eyes... he smiled even though he had a tube down his nose and a temperature as high as 104*! That baby sure can brighten someones day! :D
So... This fever has been present for at least 3 or 4 days. Today, it got as high as 104! We have been putting cool wet cloths on his body and at one point, wrapped ice bags. But, like I said, he smiled through it all! Tomorrow morning they will be taking him down for his broncoscopy to determine the next step of getting him off the ventilator. Whether it's redoing the pexy surgery or putting in a trach or CPAP for a while. They will also be holding a conference afterwards to get all his physicians on the same boat. They will most likely be discussing his future heart repair as well. Please keep us in prayer as tomorrow is going to be a big decision making day and I am a little bit afraid.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know the fever is scary....but fevers are the body's natural way of fighting things....so trust in that "gift" God gave us and rely on Him...as you have done all along. We are praying always and LOVED all the new amazing smiles!! Obviously I know with him fevers can mean different things than with a kid at home fighting one...but it is still God's way that He made us to fight things our body does not need. They oxidize the bacteria and that is a good thing. We know someone who only does ALL natural everything and their daughter had a 105 fever for 7 days and came out of it great! Not saying same as this situation....just trying to say God has given our bodies amazing healing powers :) You both are amazing....using all you've gone through to grow closer to God and help others!! That is what trials should do for us when we let them! Now......let's get Noah home :) Love you!! Ben and Christy

Josh said...

Those photos are priceless and breatiful!

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