Monday, October 4, 2010

Update on Mom and Emma, after 1st surgery

They successfully did the cath and the balloon stint surgery. Emma did well. They are waiting to see how the blood flow is and make sure that the lungs aren't over-saturated with the blood flow from the stint. The doctors at Childrens are going to monitor Emma over the next day or so to see how she does.

Sarah is doing great. There was a nurse in the operating room taking picture and not even an hour later the awesome nurses here at Parkland/Childrens have already put the pictures in a picture album for Sarah to look at since she was only able to get a peek at little Emma. She's been able to see all of the family that made the trip and is now resting.

Scott is over with Emma taking lots of pictures. He even got to touch her for a moment! :)  They expect to move her to her nursery room later today.

10 comments:

  1. Carla Gray-CampbellOctober 4, 2010 at 9:28 AM

    Such GREAT news!!!! So happy for all u guys!! She's beautiful!!!

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  2. Thanks for updating...been praying and will continue. What a blessing this child is.
    Congratulations to all!
    Angie-Ada

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  3. God is good all the time. All the time God is good!!!! Pam Chitwood

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  4. This is great news!

    How far apart will the surgeries be? There are 3 total right? So when is the next? Will Emma recover over a few weeks first?

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  5. Our God is so BIG and so good. Thank you for the update and thank God for answered prayers. Love to all!

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  6. That is so wonderful to hear Sweet Emma did well with the first surgery. Praying for proper functions and blood flows and for everything to go smoothly for this child of God. Praying for mama and her heart as well.

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  7. Praying for your little angel. God is a BIG God and can exceed beyond our expections!

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  8. Precious Baby Emma,

    You remain in my thoughts and prayers each day, you are such a special little princess and have touched so many lives, teaching many of us that courage and determination starts the day we are born. Stay strong and keep fighting hard, we all love you very much and can't wait til you get all better and get to stay home.

    Love,
    The Meeks Family from Ada

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