Friday, October 10, 2008

quick update on jax

The night and morning nurses gave me some updates on Jax. He has still thrown up last night and this morning, and he's been placed on an IV. They will not be doing any bottle feeding for at least the next 24 hours. I asked if I could give him a bath today while I'm there (since he was due for one last night at home) and they said no. He's kinda on lock down and not allowed to burn any calories.
More to come...

11 comments:

Becky said...

You're all in my thoughts and prayers. You are such an incredible mother - I really admire you.
Becky
((hugs))

jennc said...

I just found your blog a few weeks ago and was instantly drawn to your story b/c I have 15 month old twin boys. I am so sorry your sweet Jax is in the hospital. I have heard so many good things about Reglan - I hope the new tx plan and this med will help your little guy keep that food down so he can benefit from the nutrients. I just wanted to send a big hug - I can't imagine how difficult it would be to have one in the hospital and the other at home. One of our boys had AR issues but nothing anywhere near what your little Jax has been through. I will keep him in my thoughts and prayers as well as you and your dh. ((((hug))) jen

Kristin ("pmkmp" from the nest) said...

Sweet lil' Jax is in my prayers. Stay strong mom and dad.

Heather said...

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Mary said...

You are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray for Jax every night that he is strong enough to pull through this.

Shannon said...

Im so sorry you guys are going through this. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jen & Jeff said...

oh my gosh Annie. I am so sorry. You all continue to be in my thoughts.

monica said...

You are always on my mind and how strong you are as a mother. Thinking about Jax always

Megan said...

Sweetie, the only things I can say are Your whole family is always in my prayers. We are all praying and pulling for you.
The other thing I can think of is H's cousin's daughter has severe acid reflux and is on the same medication still. She was born with a flap of skin in her throat that didn't harden and it was supposed to help keep her food down and all that. Just a tidbit. Best of luck and keep this blog updated for us! Much love!
Goosesgirlforlife (from GP)

Anonymous said...

Oh I am so sorry to hear about your plight. I stumbled across your blog and was interested as I have triplets and my girls were momo, my other is a boy.

Are you worried he is going to die? I would be so out of sorts. But remember honey, if he does go on to the Great Lord, you have your other one. Isn't it such a cruel fate to force such painful medical treatment on him for you own reasons of wanting to keep him dear?
Much blessings and remeber the Lord decides who to take, maybe just let him go.....


GOD BLESS

Amanda (als1124) said...

Dear Anonymous: Why did you choose not to sign your comment? Are you embarrassed by how rude/insensitive/horrific it was? "You have the other one" Are you serious? I am disgusted that you have children that rely on you for guidance and compassion, as you appear to have neither of those things. Please know that Jax will be fine and his parents are in no way torturing him. His mother and father have only his best interest in mind and if you read her blog, it would be obvious that Annie is a GREAT mom. You, on the other hand, are heartless.