I know many of you whom I’m not friends with on Facebook are waiting for an update on Seth, following our whirlwind 911 call and ambulance ride to Vanderbilt.
Seth rested for several hours last night, but woke with another high fever. He seems alert and is talking to us, but, of course, we are still concerned and will feel better when his fever breaks.
We have been seizure-free for about 12 hours, and are hoping at least for another 12.
We are meeting with his primary pediatrician at 9:30 this morning, and will update as we have news.
Thank you all for your continued prayers. As you can imagine, between Jim’s flu (yep, puking all day) and my already elevated BP, contractions, and overall preoccupation with Baby Girl’s health, we are feeling very overwhelmed and exhausted.
Big hugs, Monica.
PRAYING- and just posted a request on my blog for prayer for your sweet family.
Say the word & I'm on my way to Nashville. I'm not joking...Doug & I already talked about it. Love to you & you know how to get me!
Just stopping by from Kendra's to say that I will be praying for your family! And, I do believe I found a new guilty pleasure in reading your blog! :)
Hello, just came over from Kendra's blog and just wanted to say hello. Our family will keep yours close in prayer during this time. Take care!
Oh no...praying for Seth and all of you.
I wish I lived near you so I could help out a bit. Praying for your family!
I can't imagine how scary that must have been. I hope the little guy is feeling better very soon!
Hi, I know you don't know me, but I am friends with Kendra...and she did a post about your family on her blog. I will be lifting you all up in prayer! James 1:2-3 comes to my mind as a verse I love when myself or somebody I know is going through a trial, no matter if it's big or small...knowing that God always in control! -From a sister-in-Christ -
How did I miss this? Oh my word, Mon. That is a super scary story. Praying... praying.
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