wall at the Mary Bridge Out Patient Clinic
We then took a bit of a walk around a beautiful park by the hospital, what a blessing to be able to take Luke on walks again now that the weather is getting nicer.
Our next appointment was with his pediatrician, we needed to see him about getting some prescriptions for a portable oxygen concentrator and oxygen while we are on our trip, we also wanted to discuss his bloodwork results. I was so disappointed to find out that Luke's Co2 numbers are still too high, in fact they are the highest they ever been on this test. PLEASE, PLEASE pray that Luke will start to take deeper breaths so that he can blow out that damaging Carbon dioxide from his body.
Luke and Lily stayed the night at Yoli and Juan's that night, they are so sweet to give us a break every once in awhile. They had a bit of a challenge when Luke was not doing so well, he was breathing really hard, needing to be suctioned constantly and his heart rate was soaring. I had forgotten to send Luke's Sudafed with him, so I took it over to him and after giving him the med and some prayers he settled down. I offered to take him home of course, but they said no they would keep him. What a HUGE blessing it was to get a full 9 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
We have less than a week before we leave on our vacation, while I'm so excited about going, I'm also very aware that I'm going to be going non stop to get everything pulled together this week, oh well it is what it is: -)