Getting Nervous

Well not much to report on here. Just hanging out waiting for everything to fall into place. Weekends don’t include much happening around here.

The only thing new is that for some reason when A goes to sleep now he is satting 70s and needs oxygen. Even at his nap yesterday. It seems very odd and I am not sure what is going on but it is something new for him. I will hopefully be able to talk to the doctor today and see what she thinks about him doing this. Just adds another piece to his big puzzle of his life! The nurse today said that she has never seen a child drop so low and stay there and then other times drop so slow and recover so quick.

I am a bit of a nervous wreck about his scope coming up and his possible removal of his adenoids. My stomach is just turning.

Lastly I want to say thank you to Melissa for coming down to visit A and I the other night. It was great to meet you in person and it means a lot to me that you came to show your support! (We met on the Internet.) And thanks for the big cozy Backyardigans blanket!!!! I used it to nap yesterday. LOL

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4 responses

  1. The Hull Munchkins

    You handle things so well. I can’t imagine watching my child sat in the 70’s over and over again without having people JUMP to fix it! I know it must be so hurtful for you to have so much going on with Ashton.I’m so glad the docs are putting a plan together. I’ll be praying for all the tests/surgeries. -Patty

    January 21, 2008 at 4:33 am

  2. Vickie

    Shannon,Hopefully after the scope is done you’ll have some answers to your questions, and it’ll ease your stress level, not increase it. Hope all goes well this week. We’ll be praying and thinking of you guys.

    January 21, 2008 at 4:42 am

  3. Shannon

    It sounds like you should be a wreck BUT you still sound like you are hanging in there. I am so glad that you are in a place that is trying to help you. I am VERY sorry that you have to wrestle the fundo question. I had emailed back and forth with you a bit over Ben’s fundo and ended up doing it because it was so dangerous not to try to do what we could. It is an awful situation to be in and you have so many other decisions to make as well. I am keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers.

    January 21, 2008 at 7:21 am

  4. abby

    How stressful. We’re thinking about you guys and hope you are both ok!

    January 21, 2008 at 2:47 pm

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