About this time five years ago I was being admitted to the University of Kentucky hospital. A few hours prior Keith, Macy and I had visited the perinatal doctors for an ultrasound. The doctor reading the ultrasound delivered this message: “There is no mass on your son’s heart. He has a congenital diaphragmatic hernia, there … More Yay 5!!!
I feel like I blinked and Wy went from a newborn to a four year old. Where in the world did all the time go. He is such an active, exuberant, fun loving little man! I can scarcely believe he is the same baby who looked so fragile in the beginning. He is ALL BOY … More FOUR! How did we get here?
So clearly I’m not a blogger at heart as this poor project has been left unattended for almost two years. However, I did think it was time for a quick update and glimpse of Wyatt at the age of 21 months. He is all boy when it comes to throwing balls, swinging sticks, and climbing … More Time Flies…
WOW! I can’t believe how quickly the last week and a half have flown by. I meant to update this long before now but it’s been a bit of a whirlwind. On the 21st they told us we could take Wyatt home the next day. So we went to work checking off the list of … More Home Sweet Home
Day 27- Dawn is exhausted so i volunteered to update, which means there wont be as much detail or medical terms. Wyatt is improving daily. We have gotten to do some awesome stuff the last few days like hold him, carry him to and from the nursing room, and let big sister hold him. Macy … More August 17th update
Wyatt rocked the nursery today with his battle cry. He was so persistently loud that the nurse actually came and found me which has never happened before. Usually I’m begging to be with him and they are kicking or locking me out. She said my “presence was being requested”. I think they found his volume … More August 14th Update
First of all, I apologize for my less than graceful post this morning. I had reached a point of exhaustion, frustration, and the mama bear instinct was in full force. The medical staff at the hospital saved our boy and for that I am eternally grateful. They have certainly had shortcomings and the hospital policy … More August 11th Update #2