Good news Monday

Sebastien’s coming home tomorrow, fingers crossed.

Samuel’s surgery is on hold for now. The mass wasn’t seen on his abdominal u/s. Branching was seen on his liver doppler study. Feeds are progressing again.

A bit busy right now, getting things ready for tomorrow, putting together crib, laundry, everything else. Because OH MY GOD I’M GOING TO HAVE A BABY IN THE HOUSE BY TOMORROW NIGHT.

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12 thoughts on “Good news Monday

  1. Imelda says:

    That is awesome. It is one of the greatest experiences to have your child at home. One good thing that helped me get through early years: sleep when baby sleeps and nap when baby naps. You guys enjoy every moment because it flies buy.

  2. Imelda says:

    That is awesome. It is one of the greatest experiences to have your child at home. One good thing that helped me get through early years: sleep when baby sleeps and nap when baby naps. You guys enjoy every moment because it flies buy.

  3. Melissa says:

    Congratulations Sandi and Scott! You are about to begin the hardest and best job you will ever have! I second the notion of rest when ever you can. I felt as you (capitalizations above) when my daughter came home. It didn’t seem real for a long time. I would peek in when she was sleeping to check on her, and then other times I would just stare at her andreci te in my mind, “Yep! She’s still there. There really IS a live baby in MY HOUSE!…AND SHE’S MINE FOREVER.” It was so sad to leave my son in the NICU which turned out to be just for a few more days. But, being able to begin the routines just with one baby was immensely valuable and helpful. Good Luck. And, of course I am praying for Sebastien.
    Melissa Silbaugh

  4. kaytee shelburn says:

    I have been following your blog since you had those precious boys! I have been praying for them and have cried during some of your posts. I am so happy and will say an extra prayer that all goes well and you get to take that boy home! I will say even more prayers that his brother will follow!

  5. What wonderful news about Sebastien! Keeping my fingers crossed that everything goes as planned!

    And honestly that’s almost even more wonderful news about Samuel! It’s like a miracle. The branching in the liver, his stomach digesting that mass. And right at the last minute too. That kid! I’m keeping him in my thoughts!

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