Due to the severity of L’s last pneumonia, (hello intubation, 3 week hospital stay, blood transfusion and chest tube…I’m looking at you) he earned a few new “friends”. We took a rare mommy and me trip and left N home for a day of snuggling.
First up – lab work. They were very busy, so we waited over an hour to get called. But hallelujah she got blood first try!
Next – Pulmonology. They were thrilled to hear about two months of health, and agreed to keep the current routine. One bonus is now that we are seen in their clinic, we can call anytime. So next time we are in the ER, thinking an over reaction would be the right reaction…they will have our back and try to get us there quickly. We follow up in 3 to 4 months. And we are to all get flu shots when the time comes, and start applying for the RSV vaccine soon.
Finally – hematology. Today’s labs looked good. They felt for now we’ve confirmed his blood problems are acute, and were handled correctly and fully during his illness. We will see them any time he is inpatient for a serious illness now, but NO FOLLOW UP NEEDED. (Yay!)
It was a good day, and I enjoyed having some L time!
Smiling during the pulse ox. What a goof ball!
Ready to hit the road!
Roberta Hansen said:
What a beautiful smile on Landon today. God bless you and keep you. May He smile upon you and give you strength and peace as you cherish each day together.
So happy he is doing so well especially after being so sick! Kathy Davis
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Gary Kaye Strawn said:
We are so pleased and “Thank God” for this good news!!! Landon looks great and his 2 teeth are really cute but his smile is absolutely wonderful!!! Love you all!! GGPop & GGNan
That smile! Harms my heart and brightens my day!
That smile! Warms my heart and brightens my day!
Dot Calvert said:
Love that smile…your boys are so adorable.
Pamela Kimble said:
YOU ARE ONE SPECIAL LADY. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. YOU ALWAYS HAVE A SMILE ON YOUR FACE.