Well the G-tube was a success, but we do not know when or if we will be able to come home. When they did the G-tube they also did another bronchial scope because she keeps dropping her stats. When they went down and took a look they found that there was a mass pushing against her left lung. This mass was described as being a blood vessel because it is pulsing. Now because of this we are not sure if we will get to come home on the 20th. Because it is a vessel we have to have a conversation with the cardiologist to find out what the next step is going to be.

On our way home tonight we bumped into Dr. Mitchel, he is the man that performed the heart surgery, we told him what was going on and he said he was going to go right away and take a look at the findings and that he would get back to us. I cannot say enough how much Dr. Mitchel is just the best doctor I have met. When we do find out what they are going to do we will let everyone know.

On a lighter note, I do not have the vac anymore and my 13 and a half cm hole is now only 2cm.

Please continue to keep all of us in your prayers and thoughts. If we keep storming heaven like we have been our prayers will continue to be answered and our efforts will not be in vein.

We Love You All!!!

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  1. Congrats on the baby, tell paul i said hi and tell him to check his blog, I left some contact info in there, since I live closer to you guys now I figured we could all get together at some point in time. well cya,

    Jerod

  2. We were happy to see that the surgery was a success! Tell that little girly to stop throwing us curve balls!!! Dr. M is one of THE BESTS, so we are still praying for h*m* on the 20th!!!

    PRAYYYYYYYYING for you!

    Lots of love from Jen, Jeremy & Jacob Schultz

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