Saturday, November 6, 2010
The excessive bleeding has slowed, if not, stopped, so they will not be going back in his chest today. They are leaving him on the ECMO for a few days, at least. His pressures are better and so is his urine output. Overall he is more stable than last night. He is responsive (with his BP) when they do cares, so that is a great sign! His pupils are really small and that means he is nicely sedated and comfortable. The echo last night showed that his heart function has decreased but that is expected with the episodes he had yesterday. His Grandpa Solomon arrived earlier this morning!!!! This is the first (but NOT last) time that Noah gets to 'meet' his grandpa. We are so grateful for the Lord allowing him to be here. Noah's Mimi and Aunt Ami and Uncle Chad are driving up here as well. Can't wait to see them. I was a little bummed when I heard they will be leaving CJ and Lorali at their grandmas ... I was looking forward to getting to hold them :/ But I understand. So if anyone would like to donate their babies for Mommy Therapy so I can hold and love on them, I would love it :D

Thank you, as always, for following us on this God led journey and for continuing the prayers for Noah's recovery.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good to hear! Glad he is comfortable & resting. Praying for healing!

Martha Sheahan

Anonymous said...

Sending positive thoughts and prayers your way! Hoping that you can hold Noah soon. God is good!

Kristen Molitor said...

Even though I only know you through Facebook and this blog I would totally bring you a baby to hold if I had one. Glad to here he is comfortable and doing better!

Anonymous said...

PTL!!!!!!!!!!! Always praying
Megan

Anonymous said...

Debi if I weren't so far away you could borrow Jomari. He loves to be snuggled. Sending love and prayers your way. Love you all.
Alicia D'Anna

Anonymous said...

Nothing but huge prayers for Noah. You might not know me but I sure know who Noah is. Krissi has kept me updated and I am asking all of my friends on FB to pray for this tough little dude. Big hugs to yall and huge I love you's from SC! Thanks for sharing him with us.

Amber said...

You could def borrow Austin. I couldnt imagine not being able to love on your baby. Just reading about it made me tear up. I could feel your pain. My prayers are with you.

Love you all.

twiztedsis said...

I'd lend you Gabrielle but she's a snotty mess right now! I'm covered in boogers and they're not even mine :D

Anonymous said...

Im glad Noah is stable Im praying for you and the family. I will all so have a group of friends pray here in PA. May God be with you and keep you in hes loving arms. Love Bonnie

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