Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mason isn't doing so well

the pulmonologist is concerned he is going into respiratory failure again. We are only two steps away from getting re-intubated.

I'm pushing the ENT Dr to get in to see you sooner than Monday now that you are in failure again. We will see what happens.

So once again I'm asking. Send out thoughts and prayers that Mason is able to breath well enough to stay off the breathing machine please. Your support, good thoughts, and prayers have carried us through some dark days.

We were hoping we wouldn't need it again but we are so blessed to have you all on Mason's team.

I had a wonderful time this morning getting to meet Ruben and his Dad Jason. Will blog, and post pictures, about it later tonight.

7 comments:

Jen said... Best Blogger Tips

Sending extra prayers your way.

Megan said... Best Blogger Tips

Sending prayers, of course!

Erin said... Best Blogger Tips

Praying!!

Catherine said... Best Blogger Tips

can I call you? or I'm on 310 430 3701

sherthebear said... Best Blogger Tips

praying for you. Mason be strong!

ellen charge said... Best Blogger Tips

massive hugs to u all n so great that u got to meet reu ive followed his progress since he was born they r great ppeople and i agree about not wanting mason intubated again as i have read on reus blog as well as on the lsit but catherine did put it so beautifuly once that to many intubations can cause mroe harm than good to the airwways am hoping that he doenst need this love to u all x

Kristi said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi... I learned about your sweet baby Mason through Catherine and, now, have spent the last bit pouring over your blog.

First, congratulations on the birth of your amazing "Jelly!" And, what a handsome big brother "Peanut Butter" makes! :-)

Although our daughter, Gracie, is almost eight, I can easily remember those early days and the moment-by-moment, pins and needles existence of the NICU. I am so sorry that today has been a tough day for Mason, and thus, you.

I will continue to follow along here and our family will always be sending lots of love, support, prayers your way.

Kristi