In my true perfectionistic thinker mode I was waiting to get the video of Kyle walking from my flip to my computer before my next post. And for anyone reading I am secretly hoping you are right now so excited that Kyle is walking that you have forgotten that I have not posted in 5 weeks!!!! :) I am posting tonight though bc I would love your prayers. Kyle is at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital again today. We came tithe ER this (Saturday) am bc of congestion, fever, lethargic, and vomiting. I know... Yikes! We tested negative for flu and RSV. He has some respiratory virus was pretty dehydrated and really just needs support to get through it. He can't keep his sats up without the oxygen and breathing treatments. He has been admitted and right now is finally asleep. He has 2 hours before his next exam and treatment. That is great though he has not slept more than 20 min all day. He is exhausted. The IVs of today have been rough- any time someone in black scrubs (the ER) scrubs walks in his lip falls to the floor and the giant alligator tears start! Please pray that his lungs will recover quickly. Please pray for his fever to subside and the congestion too. His heart rate and breathing to return to normal levels and his oxygen exchange to get better too. And pray for me too if you will. It has been a trying week and a hard day. I'm really tired.
I'm sure I just botched all the medical words. Kind of nice that some of that lingo is becoming a memory. Thank you for praying.
Oh! I almost forgot. Kyle has this one good hour or so right after tylenol and a breathing treatment that he gets more chipper. He will a tually sit up in my lap or play with toy. and in true Kyle fashion one of his Favorite (and mine too) came to see us and Kyle waved bye for the first time to her!!!! What an angel!
- John and Kelly
- This story begins with 5 people. John, Kelly, Jadon, Jack, and Kyle (he is only 23 weeks old... and he is still safely tucked away in his mommy's belly) In an hour's time Kyle made his way into the world. 1 pound, 3 ounces- 11 and a half inches long. This family will never be the same. This child is a warrior. He has the spirit of a Lion, and more courage than a whole pride. He is fierce, and fearless- and he is teaching us to fear the Lord- and to believe that God is in our midst and healing even now. Join us as pray, as we praise, and as we journey through this life as lovers of God and all His glory.