Wednesday, July 02, 2008

So I have come to realize that my daughter is not having the best of weeks. On sunday we woke up to her crying and of course we ran to her room to see what was wrong and she had completely turned herself sideways and got her legs caught in the bed rails and her right knee was the size of a grapefruit. So I panic and take her to the ER praying she didn't break anything and thank god it was just a really big contusion.
Well monday comes along and I think Anna was at school for 2 hrs and we get a call from her nurse saying Anna is coughing up blood so guess where we went.....that's right ER AGAIN. After sitting there for 3 hrs come to find out the x-ray machine was down they took her to another part of the hospital to have them done. They showed the beginning stage of pneumonia so the ER dr's get an IV going and pump her full of steroids and antibiotics and she is a 10 day stint of antibiotics at home. I was thanking god they didn't admit her. Last night the antibiotics are finally making there way down and she ass-ploded and was crying because she was embarrassed. After calming her down and getting her cleaned up she passed out and had no fever for 24 hours so we made the decision she could go to school today. Well my husband gets a call from the nurses desk and them freaking out her g-tube fell out. I was like what it just fell out???? Never had that happen so he runs to the school and gets the new one in before the hole closes and she 'll have to have surgery to put a new one in.
So what I am wondering is should we continue on with our plans this coming weekend or should we be hermits??
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  • SEEKER3423
    I am sorry she is having such a hard week. She sounds like a real trooper! I hope that she starts feeling better soon. I would wait another day or so before cancelling your plans. Have a blessed day
    3524 days ago
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