Friday, September 24, 2010

IT'S OUT!

It's out. Can't wait to post a picture of the scary 18 inch plastic tube that a doctor just removed from my daughter's heart. But it is out. No complications. My job is to hold Baby Tess for the next 4 hours and keep her from kicking off the pressure dressing on her leg. After a night of monintoring, we allegedly can walk out the doors first thing on Saturday morning. Can't wait to take this 25 day old kid to her first Mass at my parish church.

THANKS FOR BEING A PRAYER WARRIOR FOR BABY TESS!

18 comments:

  1. 18 inches??? How in the world did I miss that??

    I'm so glad it went well!

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  2. Thanks be to God! You've been in my prayers for weeks. Can't wait to hear that she's home.

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  3. Praise God.
    I've been a little teary reading updates here.
    I couldn't comment, but I did pray.
    Thanks for the updates!

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  4. THANK YOU, GOD! I am so glad you're going to be sprung soon.

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  5. Outstanding! You really know how to do some concentrated living. Thank you for including us on your journey. I too have been praying for you and your family. I also added all the babies wihout prayer partners. Thanks for the opportunity to get outside my small world.

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  6. 18 inches! That's super scary. I was imagining a little plastic bit.

    Thanks be to God that it's out and she's safe! Praying that nothing else keeps her from going home tomorrow.

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  7. Thank God. Thank the Blessed Mother. I was thinking of and praying for your family at lunchtime. Enjoy Tess' homecoming.

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  8. Amen! Praise the Lord, the eternal physician!

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  10. Thanks be to God!!! You have been a part of our thoughts and prayers and will continue to be! +JMJ+

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  11. Praise the Lord. We have been praying and were worried but knew God would handle it just fine.

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  12. I have been following your baby's journey and praying for her! Please do not take your medically fragile baby to Mass or anywhere else for a whlie. It would be horrible for her to contract something in a germy crowd. You are exempted from your Sunday obligation if you have a sick child to stay home with. God bless you! Mother Mary, please pray for your child Tess!
    -Cathy

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  13. May Miss Tess never darken the hospital doors again!!

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  14. Praise God! What a journey sweet Tess has been on. I pray that you are at this very moment finally on your way home.

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  15. Because I was on the road on Friday, I didn't get any of these updates, however, even believing that baby Tess was on her way home, I still said a prayer for her, little did I know it was still a needed one. Glad to hear that everything went well.

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