We are very, very, very happy and more grateful than words can express to say we are seeing a very bright light at the end of this tunnel. All the kids seem to be getting better. Will seems to be nearly well (aside from a yucky nose). Seth and Gracie are much better; Marcie and David are still running fevers but aren't coughing hardly at all anymore. All but Will are still clingier than normal, but we know that too will pass. We breathe a huge sigh of relief, say a huge prayer of thanksgiving, and pray these kids stay healthy for many months to come! This has been a real doozy for the PNG kids in our valley, too, poor things. Four were transported to the hospital today.
Gracie is off oxygen and satting 98% on our home-use monitor. Seth was 92%, so I nudged the tiniest bit of oxygen on and he popped right up to 95-96%. He has been super funny and hungry and active with the prednisone coursing through his system. Gracie still seems to feel miserable, so I'd love prayers for her complete recovery. She just seems so tiny and vulnerable.
Thank you for praying! We are very encouraged. Our pediatrician is too. :)
|These next four pictures feature Seth. He seems to be a favorite. ;)|
|Marcie on my lap|
|My silly big boy :)|
P.S. I wrote earlier this evening:
Will in particular seems to really have come into his own here. He is just super happy and content! He is such a people person and loves his freedom, and our house and yard is set up so that he can run out onto the veranda and all around the yard without getting into the road, plus the fence is see-through (wire) unlike our board fence in Duncanville. This community that loves our babies so much suits him just fine, too. He's like a little prince!
I am really enjoying cooking and baking again. I also enjoy hanging my laundry out most days as our surroundings are SO beautiful here. It takes my breath away every day, every time I lift my head and look up at the hills and trees and gardens around us.