Yea, no chylo! We had our x-ray today and we got the all clear. G.I. wasn't much help,they want us to try and feed him every three hours 90mls and keep working on the bottle. They were really impressed by him, they said he has won the record for most weight gained, he weighed 13lbs. 12.6oz. (58%) and 25in. long (90%). We are so proud of him even though it means he has most likely out grown his shunt. We have a cath. next Thurs. to make sure. So until then we will stay on fortified breast milk and oxygen. We visited some of our heart friends in the PICU, Parker who just underwent a heart transplant for HLHS, Mason who is recovering from the Glenn, and Isaac who has HLHS and all of them could use your prayers. These kids are so special, I noticed on Mason's crib there was a sign that read, "when I count my blessings I count you twice." It really hit me, these kids volunteered for this and we should thank our Heavenly Father everyday for the blessings they bring to our lives. Today went well, we got good news so lets just pray we can stay this way until surgery. At this point I just want to get this surgery behind us and work on living! Our Mason spent the morning with Allana and Kynzlee, they went to the park and Donald's, he had so much fun thanks guys. We are so thankful for family who can help us in every way.
Attitude is everything. Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle. Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, because life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain.