Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Luke's definitely has his voice back and his beautiful smiles:}

Luke is feeling so much better, he's definitely not at 100% yet, but he has his voice back again and his smiles. His Pediatrician told me yesterday that he doesn't think Luke has pneumonia, but he definitely has a collapsed lung, I can't remember the medical name of it. The best way for Luke to get better is to cough him often and get the air moving in his lungs as often as we can. We are going to continue the two antibiotics that he is on until they are done. Luke is blessed to have a Dr. that will listen to me and know that I know just exactly when he needs to be seen and when he doesn't, it sure does save some trips into the Dr.'s office.

Last night was so much better, no alarms until early this morning. I went to bed early I was extremely exhausted and couldn't stay awake another second. I have so much to do to get ready to leave on Saturday. I'm praying that God will heal all my children, Isaiah is not feeling so well today, his allergies are acting up and Lily still has a bit of a cough, the only way that I will be confident about going on the cruise is if I can leave a house full of healthy children.

My list of THINGS TO DO, is extremely long maybe if I don't take time to sleep for the rest of the week I might be able to get them all done before Saturday night when we are supposed to leave. Mind you I'm trying not to complain, but it's just overwhelming!

Love in Christ,
Luke's Mommy Suzi

PS If you came looking for our Valentine's Day Family Newsletter, I am still working on it and hope it will be posted within a day or two, thank you for your patience.


Michelle said...

Praying for Luke. Glad to see he's feeling better. I'm so thankful that you were able to write good news! You will continue to be in my prayers.

Michelle & Emily

Nicole said...

You have your hands full!
I have come by regurlaly but haven't left a com!
I have been very overwhelmed by the miracle that took place for this little boy... I never thought it could end the way it did! (
I really want to claim miracles for my own children, different ones, but miracles...
My handicapped daughter has been quite depressive and gosh... it has been hard!
But not as hard as taking care of Luke!
I pray you can go with peace of mind and heart to relax a bit!!

Nicole said...

oh! I forgot... about my books... tne first one is supposed to be translated into américan(!!)
they shoulb be found on amazon!

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