Sunday, June 13, 2010

Back on Track

Congratulations Andre and Megan! As I said in my toast, we hope you have a long, happy, and prosperous life together.

We made it back to Gainesville from St. Pete Beach at around 1:15 this morning and went straight to the hospital. We found Ginny asleep, with oxygen saturations in the 90 percent range, without any nitric oxide. She is such a beautiful child. Unlike her mom and dad, she decided to do something productive while her parents were out of town.

We are dragging ourselves out of bed and down to the hospital to spend the day with Ginny. In the next couple of days we should know something about when her surgery will be, but we're guessing no sooner than the end of the week or early next week. We've cleared a big hurdle. Thank you all for your prayers and support. The next hurdle will be surgery, and then I'll have to start changing her diapers on my own. Somehow I don't think that hurdle will be too bad.


  1. GOOD JOB GINNY!!!!!!! We knew you could do it! We can't wait to meet you in about 5 days! We will continue to pray for you and your parents.
    Auntie Cole, Auntie Jen and RitaMarie

  2. Nice work Ginny! Keeping you (and those demanding parents of yours) in our prayers. ;)