Tuesday, July 14, 2009

I'm home...

to sleep. Wish I had energy to post pics, but just don't. I'll be back at SV NICU by 9am or so for said ultrasound.

-Andy

9 comments:

D.Postiff said...

Very happy to hear there will no ST. Get your rest. I know you will keep us updated. I will check back a little later today. I am still praying for your family.

Take care and let me know if there is anything we can do.

Danny

the wife said...

I hope you were able to get some much needed rest. Praying for you all, the ultrasound and for definitive answers and healing.

Dana said...

Thanks for keeping us posted. Hoping and praying today is a better day. If there is anything we can do to help with Henry or help in general please let us know.

Hang in there.

Joanie said...

So rough. I've been praying. The picture of the girls on Tim's blog is very cute. I hope you are all reunited very soon. I imagine the girls miss each other terribly, and I cannot even begin to imagine how you and Jeannett are feeling!

Take care.

Leah said...

My prayers are with you.

Priscilla said...

I can't even imagine how "splattered" you must feel with your family at 2 hospitals. praying continuously!

Denissa said...

Praying for you guys!

Kate said...

Hey Andy, I thought I'd let you know if its any encouragement that CHarlotte and Elizabeth had something that sounds similar. Both girls from the time they were born (and actually with Charlotte I think it started in the womb)had tremors (when only sleeping) that looked like they were having a seizure of some sort. Jerking movement in arm and leg and sometimes with their heads. It freaked me and Travis out so we took Charlotte to her ped. and he thought it was strange so he talked with a neurologist and ordered a cranial ultrasound for her. nothing was wrong, no brain swelling, tumor, or abnormalities. the neurologist said that though it is not common its also not dangerous. she gave a name for it (cranial....) i can't remember and basically described it as a brain/nerve immaturity that she will grow out of. and sure enough by the time she was 2 months old they were gone. and now since Elizabeth is two months i haven't seen her do it for a few weeks now. maybe its just something like that. i hope and pray its no big problem.

Mama Mote said...

You're probably at the hospital now, but hope you got some much needed rest to carry on through the next phase.