Well, I am on the road to my parents' house. We actually got in at about midnight last night. I didn't crawl into bed until 2 am and Layne was sure to be up at 7 am to get his grub on. LOL :)
So far we are enjoying our trip - nice warm sunshine and no brisk breeze. I love this weather! But, I do miss the cold for the holidays. It really doesn't feel like Thanksgiving when it is like 78 outside, you know??
Of course, I won't be adding any new layouts or pictures because I am on my mom's computer. I have tons to update with though....so I will be sure to get back at it when we get back home.
It was a whirlwind few weeks trying to prepare to make this 7+ hour trip down south. I apologize for not being a faithful blogger. :)
There is another new update on baby Crew. Meagan informed the design team ladies of the following information:
"Crew was moved to the regular floor tonight- he is doing VERY well; he is off all ###### and only has a nasal cannula for a tiny dose of oxygen. I'm not sure when the next dose of chemo will be.. I'm praying that they let us go home soon (at least for Thanksgiving).
He still has a feeding tube in his nose but they keep upping the amount of formula they give him since he is tolerating it so well. I'm hoping they let me feed him a bottle tomorrow. I got to hold him tonight for the 1st time in 2 weeks- yay!!
I'll continue to update all of you as we progress. Thanks everyone! "
Prayers are being answered everyday. I pray for his continued improvement and that the next round of chemo goes well and he has an easier time afterwards. I also pray that all the cancer will be miraculously gone when they do the next analysis. I appreciate your continued prayers for this family!! Isn't it amazing what can happen through the power of prayer??
As for Wildes family updates....the little man is now mobile. Oy vey!! He is grabbing EVERY. THING. I mean he finds like the smallest piece of whatever on the floor and tries to eat it. He is all boy. And his army crawl is serving him well. I promise to post pictures when we get back home.
I hope that everyone enjoys their Thanksgiving! I love ya'll!
Remember to count your blessings, be thankful, and remember our men and women who serve and are away from their families - remember their families here at home too.