Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Week #6 of this round.

It has probably been so long since an update was given about Noah that some may not even check here any longer. But for those who do, here it goes. Noah and Nichole are still in the hospital. It is officially half way through week #6 of this last stay. Noah had recovered quite well from his central line surgery and was slated to be released last Tuesday when he came down with what they believe to be a virus. This gave Noah major difficulty with his breathing and even got the attention of the rapid response team in the hospital.....twice. This also triggered an asthmatic state and also led to a small pneumonia in one lung. This triad of respiratory issues has kept him in but not down. As we all know, Noah continues to fight his way through. Although it is sometimes frustrating that Nichole and Noah can not be at home with the rest of us, we also know that Noah is exactly where he needs to be and doing exactly what he should be doing right now. God is working through his life in ways that wouldn't happen without these situations. Praise God!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

To Nicole & Brad & family, You probably don't know me but Nicole's mom Kathy is my cousin. I live in Winkler and recently visited Kathy. Since I was there Noah and your family has become very real and dear to me and I have put you on my prayer list. I do check your blog regularly and thank you for keeping me posted. God Bless! -Carol Neufeld

Christie Tuttosi said...

I was given the link to this blog from a friend in Killarney. I check all the time to see how your little soldier is making out. I admire your faith and committment to this little angel. I will continue to pray for you and your family that God's will includes healing for all involved.

rissa said...

Hi guys,

Nichole, I'm thinking about you guys. I'm praying for Noah and hope that you both get to go home soon. As always, I admire your faith and strength in God.

Take care!

~Rissa

Anonymous said...

It was so good to see you all last weekend. What a trooper he is. he continues to amaze evryone. When we complain about our circumstances, we only have tto look at your fmaily, and realize that God is in control. The will of God will never leave you, where the grace of God cannot keep you. We are praying a hedge of protection around Noah today, and that they can come home, and you can all be a family again. love you all, Mom