Friday, January 23, 2009

On the vent...AGAIN

grrrrrrrrrr. I hate this! Soli is back on the vent... i just want to scream! Would it really hurt to make some progress and NOT step back?! Seriously God I am not sure how much more of this I can handle! A break that is all I am asking for. For Me and for Soli.

5 comments:

Amy said...

I'm so very sorry to hear this Dani. Sending lots of thoughts, prayers, and hugs to you both! If you ever need someone to vent to, feel free to email me ok?

Reveda said...

Dani, please stay put.... please, no negative thoughts are required at this moment..... Just do this- close your eyes and think of your own Soli... you will instantly get connected to Almighty and just make a wish to Him while declaring to yourself that “your daughter, Soli will soon be with you in your arms- safe and healthy”... and forces of universe will start conspiring to make that wish and declaration come true-- in fact they are already helping- albeit invisibly so...remember there is no room for ANY NEGATIVE THOUGHTS...

heather said...

hugs and prayers mama!

Carly Nicole Elliotte My Micro Preemie said...

I'm so sorry to hear of her struggles! I know how hard it can be in there. You think things are going good them you are hit hard with more bad news.

God, I pray that you hold this precious little girl and heal her tiny lungs. I pray that she continues to grow and thrive. Father I also pray for her mother as this is a very difficult time for her as well. Father lift her up and fill her with joy. ive her the strength, courage and peace that only You can offer. Thank you so much for the life of this little one as we all know how precious life is. Just be with her, her mother and al the medical staff caring for this little girl. Lead, guide and direct them in all that they do. All these things in Christ name, Amen!

Lowcountry Mom said...

(((((((hugs))))))))) from South Carolina as well. I'm so sorry to hear about the re-intubation. I will be continuing to pray for Soli and all of the sweet NICU babies everywhere.

Jen (mom of 2 NICU graduates)