Monday, September 29, 2008
This message is from Jason and Janna from the Caring Bridge site...pray today if you come across this! Thank you!
Dr. Blount, the lead neurosurgeon, came in this morning and determined that today will be the day for Josiah’s body to determine whether or not it will regulate the fluid. In laymen’s terms, they are pushing him without restraint to see how much fluid gathers throughout the day. If the levels are moderately low, they will remove the drain and monitor his progress. If he remains active and the cranial pressure doesn’t increase, then the likelihood of him requiring a shunt is low. If the fluid levels are high, then the doctor indicated that a shunt will be put in relatively soon.
Our desire continues to be that Josiah be fully healed, without the slightest indication, physically or cognitively, of the accident. Please pray that he can regulate this fluid! The fluid will be monitored throughout the day. Once I learn new details, I will post them. We appreciate your prayers and continued support.
Resting in His Grace
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Friday morning Josiah (17 months) pulled the family TV on himself and suffered severe head trauma. He is the son of our Associate Pastor - Jason and Janna Carrier and have personally become great friends of ours. The Lord is doing amazing things through the life of Josiah Carrier and you can become involved in this "Miracle" - check out his caringbridge site for updates on his continued progress and pray! The doctors are amazed at his progress and we are able to see - Jehovah is his HEALER!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Don't drink Bathwater
Baby beds are a comfy place for your baby to rest
Who said there was Caffeine in Chocolate?
No they can't play "on" the computer.
You are never older than you feel
Life with a new baby is BLISS!
I'm really serious about that!
Last but not least...are we SERIOUSLY letting our kids drive us around ALREADY!
So, who am I gonna tag...Jamie (b/c Trace is a mess I know), Beth (she has great stories) and I personally would love to see everyone do it. I know Michelle and Abbey are hilarious and would do a GREAT job at giving "advice!"