After my long sad story about how we just can not be admitted -- Dr. R let us go. Actually - his labs were looking a little better so he felt we might be able to correct his electrolytes at home. We'll see. There is still a chance that we may need to come back. One day at a time. Gavin is still a mess. I was hoping that the blood would perk him up, but it didn't. I'm trying not to get so stressed out over it and just take one day at a time and try to find the progress, even the smallest glimpse, and thank God for it. I actually felt better after spending some time with his doc and basically just spilling it all out. I got the chance to review with him all the things that are going on and somehow -- I'm not sure how -- but somehow that made me feel a little more organized in my own mind.
Our evening ended on a very positive note -- Gavin is being granted a wish from the Make a Wish foundation! This is a great organization that helps fulfill wishes for terminally/chronically ill children and their families. Our wish ladies came out last night to interview our family, find out what our wish is and meet Gavin and try to determine what would make him happy. We had lots of fun and the night ended with a feeling of joy -- that something positive will be happening for our children! That makes me smile!
We are praying for a quiet week. I will post is something is new to report.