Well, I’d love to say that we are at home, enjoying a great morning…but that’s not quite the case. Sunday morning at 11:30, I noticed that George’s thumb was purple. Ipushed the nurse call button, and we quickly discovered that his IV had quit working, pushing all the fluid into his hand.
Once the nurse had his IV pulled out, we were on a time crunch. George needed to start drinking on his own, stat…or else they would have to start another IV. And with his history with IV starts, he didn’t have a whole lot of places left to poke.
Well, long story short, the determination and bull-headedness of a 2-year-old won out. At 8 or so last night we started another IV…this time in the crook of his elbow. This means that his arm is immobilized with armboards and taped. Oh my, the fun we are having.
While all this was going on, I learned last evening that a little boy from our town was flown to another hospital with bacterial meningitis. So, as you are saying a little prayer for George to start drinking, can you life Brayton and his family in prayer as well? Thank you, so very much.
Here’s hoping my next post is from the comfort of home!
Goodness! You are going thro alot lately. Even tho I don’t know you personally, I feel like you’re my next door neighbor! Hang in there and we’re praying for you and the other little guy.
Yes, it’s been a trying week, but it’s never more than I can handle…I just have to keep telling myself that! Thank you, so much for you thoughts and prayers!
Praying that Eli will start drinking water, get better and back home soon.
It would be wonderful to be home…I can’t imagine what my other boys are thinking! Thank you, Leona, for the prayers!
Sounds like George is one tough little cookie. Praying for all of you today!
Prayers still coming West – for all who need them!