I find it hard to believe it's even time to write this post. Gavin is in his last moments. His breathing is now totally dependent on the biPap, which is acting like a ventilator. He is well sedated and we will keep him comfortable and on the biPap until the rest of our family arrives from out of state tonight. We are praying he will stay with us until then as there is a chance the morphine will stop his heart.
I've gone from totally a mess to having a nice sense of peace. Gavin needs to go. He is suffering, and in fact we have not seen our little Gavi in a long time. The mito has destroyed his body beyond repair and he is ready to find his total healing in the arms of his Jesus who I know is waiting for him.
We were able to talk with Gavin's doctor who is in Guatemala, and he was able to walk us through some of these last moments. It was nice to hear his voice and he has become such a comfort to our family. We also were able to have a photographer from Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep come in and take many photos of our family spending time with Gavin.
We are tired and hurting and wondering how we will ever possibly live without our little boy. Please pray that his passing will be beautiful and full of peace. He has done an amazing work here on Earth, touching the lives of countless people across the world.
It's now his turn to receive his reward -- peace.