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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dblplay1212, Mar 19, 2019.
Give her a knuckle bump from uncle bert
Great news. Hopefully this solves the issue.
Can't imagine the stress you've been under. I get a little anxious over something minor like tubes. I cannot fathom this.
Keep us posted, Rebel
If you put your hand out she will put her hand on yours that is her high five .
Just waiting for a room to open up so we can see her
The real question now is how long before she stands up in her hospital crib?
Glad everything seems to have gone well BlazingRebel, sending happy thoughts for a speedy recovery!
Conspicuously absent from this thread? Clown Baby. Things that make you go hmm.
Seriously though thank you gents for all the prayers , love , and support. What an insane 3 months
had a similar situation with my daughter about a year ago, she had a seizure and they had to rule our lesions or tumors. They didn't find anything, and she's been fine ever since.
Just contemplating the "what ifs" as we were waiting for her to get the MRI was bad enough. I can't imagine going through this. Kids are tougher than we think. She'll be back to her old self before you know it. _/\_
Glad to hear it's going well so far. Cant imagine going through it with my boys, so my heart goes out to you. I hope you're past the worst now.
I'd love to help if there's anything you need.
We got to see her and walk her up to the NICU now we are in the waiting room as they get her settled in and the room ready.
If it’s like the hospital I used to work in, getting the room ready takes 6-8 weeks
We are very blessed there was a big family next to us no idea the kids age, but they were told the surgery was not going well and they all were just devastated.
Yep just got done , letting family go back and see her since they have to leave soon.
Passed out cold , such a little warrior
Glad to hear the surgery went well. I can’t imagine what kind of a wreck I would be if I was in your shoes.
Thoughts and prayers for full recovery and zero seizures for the rest of her life.
Hey BlazingRebel I had this surgery when I was 17 for seizures. They ended up removing nearly 20% of my brain matter and I’ve seen almost no side effects in the 11 years since. Zero seizures in the last ten with no medication. Wishing you and your daughter great success with this.
amazing photo. I am so happy for you and your family.
So that’s how you become a Michigan fan...
JK, glad your surgery and recovery was a success.
Good luck man
Yeah as terrifying as it was Shelby and I didn't even blink when they told us our options we knew surgery while terrifying was the correct option. They originally wrote off focal seizures because of her age , but the EEG proved them wrong and even the placement of the abnormality was rare for an infant. When they first had the team in to explain it to us they said well we can't really tell you how it will affect infants but this is how it will affect an adult .
Little one woke up for about 5 mins to get changed and get some pain meds. When she was crying it sounded like she was crying owww. I could see Shelby getting visibly upset because she wanted to hold her, but right now we are advised to give as little stimulus as possible.
Shit man that’s gotta be rough.
Hoping for the best possible results for that little angel.
I need a laugh do y'all need one , this was how she fell asleep 2 nights ago mid crawl
She is not amused
Woke up and leaned in our arms but had a low grade fever, over did it slightly and threw up some.
Dad, you've got to do something about that haircut!
Glad the surgery went well, hoping for a quick recovery!
Little one is sleeping nicely, Shelby and I got to go out to get food and just breath and relax. Now to start our rewatch of GoT to pass the time.
Glad she’s doing well! Not getting to hold my little boy if he had surgery like that would fucking kill me
She looks just her mother.
And from what some folks have told me they do some of this with basically power tools. Amazing what they can do.
She has been taken off her IV fluids, we will try to give her formula today. We have been moved out of the PICU to one of the inpatient rooms. She had a CT scan at 4am and the surgeon came and saw her letting us know everything is looking good
Awesome. Keep being awesome little one.
I've got no strings to hold me down , poor Roo and her swelling.
Poor thing. She seems to be handling it like a champ though.
I do hate I have to go to work at noon but with all the craziness over the last two months I've missed too much work already considering I've only been there since the beginning of the year. A majority of her recovery momma will have to handle.
She’ll need momma for sure. Getting back to work will help you as well, imo
Oh definitely and since the pharmacy is always busy it will fly by.
That little girl has got this and will soldier through it. It is known.
Didn’t know you were out of the hotel game. Then again, getting robbed at gunpoint and held hostage will make a man evaluate some things.
I stayed a year plus after that incident, but then quit when I got sick of my coworkers and boss. We moved back to Birmingham and until our little was born Shelby and I were live in caretakers. Now that my arm healed I decided to persue being a pharmacy tech. Really enjoying it and will look to get certified eventually.
What happened to your arm?
Great updates. Glad to see she’s already in recovery.
How the fuck a BlazingRebel break its arm?
Every thread that has my name on it really never turns out well I'm glad this one about my daughter did.
still makes no sense to me
I had forgotten about BlazingRebel 's osteoporosis