Warming Up

The 72 hours of cooling is complete, and Aaron is now at normal body temp. As he warmed, his blood pressure dropped for a while. This was somewhat expected, since the warming caused many of his blood vessels and capillaries, especially in his extremities, to open up a bit more. This caused his blood to […]

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The medication for Aaron’s seizures seems to be effective. His primary medication is Phenobarbital, and they have been giving that to him since shortly after he arrived in the NICU. They made adjustments to the levels several times, and then added a dose of a medication called Keppra about 36 hours ago. We noticed the

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Hope and Blessing

“…we were so utterly burdened beyond our strength … But that was to make us rely not on ourselves but on God … he will deliver us. On him we have set our hope that he will deliver us again. You also must help us by prayer, so that many will give thanks on our

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Update and Thanks

Dani continues to recover, and is doing very well. It helps that she is able to be with her baby, and that others are taking care of so much for us. We owe many many thanks to Lizzy Haynes and the Corey Family for their constant and excellent care of our other children during this

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Aaron’s Heart

They took a good look at Aaron’s heart today, and while he didn’t receive glowing reviews, there wasn’t any cause for much concern. His seizures began to start back again a couple hours ago, but they have ordered some medication that we expect to be a big help, and he should be receiving that shortly.

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