Friday, July 18, 2008

Friday Update, part 2

I hope that you all don't think I'm being a drama queen, but it helps me to write this down. And Daddy says everyone wants to know, no one wants to ask.

I just called NICU for an update, and they are giving Maddy some blood right now. They said that it's very common with such an extensive surgery that the body is working so hard to heal that it uses a lot of red blood cells. The hard part in seeing her will be that they are having to put it through an IV in her scalp. Lovely.

PLEASE pray for a very boring day tomorrow. I'm trying to decide whether to go down tonight.

7 comments:

Melanie C. said...

So glad you have such great friends who bring you yummy food! Could you give them my address?!! :-)
I love you and will be praying for you! Give Maddy a kiss for me!
And yes, we definitely want you to keep us updated!

Eunice said...

You are doing a great job keeping everyone updated. YES, we do all want to know.

We love you guys and really care about you and Maddy.

Shandra said...

Awww!! How heart breaking!!! Our thoughts & prayers are with you all!!

Beth (Ranney) Keeler said...

For years I was baffled by the line of a song, "This child can face uncertain days." I kept thinking...of course there will be uncertain days. My mind focused on the days that were bound to be uncertain, then it was pointed out to me that the child can face them. And so can you and your family because He lives and cares for you and is giving you assurance.
Your little girl looks very sweet.

Oddly enough, very early on in my AWC days Glen and I sang that at the Warren church as a special...don't know how special it was, but the message of the song is the important thing.

I can't imagine the emotional struggles your going through as a mother, you're thought of and prayed for.

Anonymous said...

Pam, if you knew how many times a day I check your blog you would not worry about overblogging! My heart, mind, love and prayers are with you continually! A friend in Christ, Marilyn Weese

Lori said...

So glad you're able to keep us up to date with all the happenings, love the pic at the top of your blog, she looks so sweet! We'll be praying for a great recovery.

Brenda said...

I had to check and see how my cousin's daughter and grand daughter are doing. You do a great job of explaining the medical info and the pictures are fantastic. I know this is a difficult time for you and Glen but Maddy seems to be doing well. Life right now is an emotional roller coaster but God will help you with the ups and downs.