Thursday, May 7, 2009


After storms and tornados around yesterday the weather seemed to settle through the day until last night at bedtime. Thunder and lightening woke me around 12 and I went back to sleep after I checked in on the boys. Around 1 something little John came in our bedroom and right as I was picking him up, it lightening hit. Still unsure of what it was so LOUD and it lit up the bedroom as bright as day and seemed to last for sometime. Little one slept with us until almost 3am. I put him back in his bed as the storms were gone and I needed to take Mason's vitals. The clock then went off at 4:45am for hubby to go to work. I am tired.

I don't know if I mentioned this or not but I have to wake Mason from each nap and overnight sleep. This is another reason that I think his oxygen must be low, even still. Hopefully we can get it figured out today!

I always thought that Little John would be the one with any lung problems. He was the one of the ventilator and so sick with his lungs among other things.

Please pray for answers for us today and good results. Have a great day and i will post when we get back. Blessings!!!


Mamaoftwins said...

Ugh you poor thing. You cant even catch up on sleep when the twins take a nap :( Im praying for you all and Im anxious to hear what you find out :)

Mrs. Darling said...

We have had torrential rains the alst few days. Usually Oregon just gets drizzly days, continual rain but not hard pouring ones. That has not been the case lately. The rian is peling down with a fierceness seldom seen in the month of May.

I do hope your little Mason gets better. Prayers!

Steph at Problem Solvin' Mom said...

Wishing you some rest and relaxation, and praying for sweet Mason.


Mimi said...

Marva, could Mason be anemic? Bella became severel anemic at about age 2 1/2 and she was very hard to wake up, which was why I took her to the doctor. The top of the outer ear lobe will be very white in anemic children. It can be so severe that hospitalization and even blood transfusions are required.
I hope he gets better soon, sending prayers and hugs to the little angel.