Monday, September 28, 2009

September 27 12:20 AM

It would seem that for the last 40 min. that we have started having some more of the thalamic storms.  Not as bad as when they first started, but not any easier to watch.  Heart rate is going wild, posturing, laying on a cooling mat and sweating.  We're afraid he is going to hyperventilate before they can get some meds to him.  
The surgeons said that the tube is in the stomach, but they cannot tell if it is in the right place so they have put him on the schedule for tomorrow (sometime).  They are going to make an incision in the middle so they can look to see if the tube is where it is supposed to go.  Scratch that last sentence, they are going to redo the g-tube.  

I want to sit in a corner and cry, but God won't let me.  We are begging for mercy just to calm this child.  I don't think I've ever done anything harder in my life than to watch my child suffer, it is gut wrenching. Our doc has just gone down to consult with the PICU docs, please keep praying for us.
Trying to trust and not be anxious,


  1. Tina,
    I am still up and just saw your posting. I have been following tonight and praying for Micah and You.

    Keep us posted, God is faithful!
    Tammy Davis

  2. Dear ones, We at green park free church, New Delhi continue to remember Micah in prayers. He was mentioned in the sunday morning message and also in the church intercessory prayers. The Lord is with you all in these storms. We uphold you as always,
    Monachayan, Eva aunty

  3. Tina, May the Lord be with you & comfort you. Our hearts reach out to you, as we continue to hold Micah & all of you in prayer.We pray everyday expecting great things for him. love you.Shanti

  4. Tina we continue to pray for you, Thomas and Micah every morning (and at night too). Thank you for taking the time to write out the details so that we can continue to pray and ask our Lord to intercede when we do not know how to pray.
    Keep pressing on, Love Mary