Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Smiles and Hiccups


Here's a cute video of Alex today when she had the hiccups in her sleep. She's still getting the hang of the whole feeding/breathing at the same time, so they're giving her a bit of oxygen in her nose.

7 comments:

plg said...

I see Alex is sleeping on her back....the hiccups were a joy to watch. Prayers coming from Tulsa; you've been added to several prayer chains here. You may not see any postings from these people, but I know that you are in many, many people's thoughts and prayers. It was very good news about the shunt and possibly getting to take her home this weekend!

Love hugs & rainbows

Aunt Panda (keep in mind that to have rainbows there first has to be a storm.......you've definately had the storms so hopefully it's time for the rainbows!)

rachel said...

So cute! Alex we love you honey and are praying for you. Keep on smiling and amazing us with the progress you continue to make:)

Anonymous said...

congrats on your beautiful baby girl hope!! i just wanted to say you are in my thoughts. you two are strong and amazing people! i pray for more postive positive feedback and a great outcome to bring your lovely girl home soon. love from chas

Sheri said...

How absoulutely Precious your Miracle from God is!!!!! What a divine moment!!!!! Thank you for letting me share this treasured time with you... seeing "HOPE" through your eyes! I love you!

Anonymous said...

such a contagious smile * she looks so small and fragile when you place your hand on her chest, it looks monstrous... yet with all these postings she obviously is much stronger than she appears.

i am so amazed by your willingness and openness in sharing this blog with everyone... with the world, really. i believe it's so important that you & Nicole do whatever you need to do, take your own steps in dealing with this. no matter how many times you hear "don't worry", it's so amazingly healing for you to express & live out the emotions you feel in these moments – be it worry, fear, anger. how much more joyous it must feel when you've cried out and fought the pain, to later reach that light, comfort and happiness? It makes the memory of that pain much less severe. and how wonderful that you share it with those who love you so they too can celebrate, and amplify, the joyous moments with you.

respect to you both as remarkable parents & beings; wishing all 3 of you peace, health & love -V- kat

Anonymous said...

the cutest and the funniest thing ever :) Taylor

Anonymous said...

Absolutely precious!!
Sheri (SFC)