Saturday, January 17, 2009


PRAISE GOD! Thank you for the continuous prayers! Our little boy is home & feeling much, much better! All the tests (CT scan, EEG, MRI) came back normal. He will finish his TAMIFLU protocol & we will also have a valium suppository for the next time...of course we are hoping that we DON'T have a next time but in case we do, we are prepared.

I would like to take a minute to thank several people that have been helping us...

Our next door neighbors, Jane, Katie, & Steve, for not only watching the babies as we raced off w/ Ian Thursday night BUT also for staying last night w/ me & taking care of the girls. I wouldn't have slept otherwise.

To Julie for dropping everything & coming over on Friday all day to help me w/ the girls. Without your funny ways, I would have been a MESS!

To my parents for coming straight over on Thursday night & staying w/ the girls, for helping the next day & for supporting me. I couldn't have done it w/o your support.

To Todd's parents for going up to the hospital & holding Ian when I couldn't & for supporting Todd, & for helping throughout the weekend.

To my mommy friends at Just Mommies, Northwest Moms of Multiples & Space City Triplets, for being there in thoughts & prayers!

To Diana, for bringing dinner Friday night!

To Nikki, for spending the night & staying all day to help us out.

To the medical personnel (the paramedics, the ER staff, the doctors, & the nurses) for taking care of our little boy. We can't thank you enough times. You helped find out what was wrong w/ our little boy & helped him get better.

I know there may be more to thank but I'm so exhausted I can't think anymore. Thank you!


JO said...

I am so glad to hear your baby is doing well. How scary. I hadn't seen your blog for a week or so (delurking here) so I didn't know.

I do want to add, one of my b/b/g - baby A, had a seizure really bad when he was a baby - about 6 mos old. It too came out of the blue and scared the living daylights out of all of us. He spent several days in the hospital and finally ruled out all the "scary stuff" as his neurologist put it. But I remember how helpless and terrified I was at the time. I want to add that he is now 10, and is a bright straight A student. So many scary things could have come from that seizure. It sounds as if your boy is going to be just fine too. Even though it has been 10 yrs, I remember it like it was yesterday.

You are in our prayers.


Grace said...

I did not know Ian was sick. I'm glad to hear he is home and on the mend.

Laura said...

I'm so glad Ian is home safe and sound. I was so worried for your little guy. I hope all of you can get some much needed sleep.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad life is returning to normal for you all and I am glad Ian is feeling so much better. *hugs* to you all


Stephanie said...

I'm so thankful that Ian is okay. I was very scared for you and especially for him. God Bless you, and those three sweet babies!

Kim said...

OMG how scary. I am glad he is feeling better. Did they get flu shots???

Rockin' Mami of Triplets! said...

I just recently ran across your blog and have GBG triplets of my own. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have had my own scares with hospital stays for my baby boy. Thankfully there are caring people that know their job well. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Surviving Triplets said...

Kim ~ Yep, they got the flu vaccine at 6 & 7 mths old.