Sunday, February 20, 2011

Our Thunder Storm Turned Into a Hurricane

Well, our thunderstorm has turned into a hurricane! I noticed Monday night that my left breast was extremely sore and really red. So Tuesday morning I woke up and I had a bit of a fever and it was really swollen so Gabe and I went to the emergency room and I have a breast infection and the infection was starting to get into my blood. So they admitted me into the hospital and started me on some serious antibiotics and it's clearing up nicely.

That being said I haven't see the girls all freaking week! I'm going stir crazy sitting here all day knowing my babies need me. Gabe's had to take it easy since his appendectomy so he hasn't gone to see them everyday but tried to go at least every two days.

I've called a countless number of times (I'm thinking upwards of 200 calls) and the girls seem to be doing well. Addisyn's apnea settled down again Wednesday so that's a sigh of relief. Savannah's been doing amazing all week!!! The doctor said that probably by the end next week I might be able to hold her!!! EEEEEEEK! Let me just have a moment . . . . . . . and I'm good. Addisyn might be a while still before we can hold her because she's still sensitive to sounds so we'll work on that for a while more then work with touching.

Not a song today but a quote that says millions to me right now:

We may not have it all together but together we have it all.

7 comments:

  1. I can't imagine all that you and your family are going through right now! I pray for healing for ALL of you, and I hope that by this time next year, you will be bored and sitting at home... with a much less eventful life - how good that will feel! Take care!
    P.S. - I'm from your birth club on babycenter.

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  2. Sorry about the infection but I am glad its clearing up! I hope you get to go see the girls soon and I think its the most exciting news ever about maybe holding one of the girls!! I bet you will have a thousand and one pictures take then! Keep up the recovery for all of you! I keep praying and cant wait until the day you get to come on here and say I held both my girls! :)

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  3. How exciting that you are getting so much closer to holding one of your daughters! (Maybe you already have!) I only had to wait a week to hold my little one. (She was born at 30 weeks..) But I cried something fierce. It may very well have been the happiest day of my life.

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  4. It's been a while since we received an update ... What's new?! Thinking of you and your family!

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  5. I've never commented, but I read your blog. Just wondering how you are doing =)

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  6. just wondering how you all are doing??? Praying for you =)

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  7. This is a fake blog! She is a fourteen year old girl PRETENDING to have triplets and making a fool of those who have lost a baby!

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