Updated posted by Jennifer Willard 4 days ago
Thought I'd post a quick update... Roy is still...
Thought I'd post a quick update...
Roy is still doing physical therapy twice a week and is very slowly making improvements. He still gets tired very easily and just walking up stairs takes all his energy. He is getting around better with the help of his cane, but for long distances he will need the use of a wheelchair. On Tuesday we went to get his stitches and staples out, boy was he glad about that. Wednesday we went for Breanna's post op and everything looked good. Then Friday the girls went to Lego Fest with some wonderful new friends. They had such fun.
On Saturday I got to have a much needed moms day out with Mary. It was so nice to have a girls day, nut unfortunately Cheyenne started feeling bad Saturday night, and by Sunday morning she had a fever, sore throat, and was throwing up. Poor thing is upstairs now feeling miserable. She has not moved from her bed all day.
We were able to get a glimpse of spring weather today, but winter is coming back with a vengeance tomorrow. My favorite season is fall, but that is closely followed by spring...
In the next few weeks we have a few more appointments coming up with Roy's doctors to talk about what the next steps will be, please continue to keep our family in your thoughts and prayers.
Updated posted by Jennifer Willard 14 days ago
We are home. Breanna is swollen and sore, but she...
We are home. Breanna is swollen and sore, but she is upstairs resting and watching Cloudy with Chance of Meatballs 2. Thank-you redbox.. Molly (her doll that she has had since an infant and one that has went through every surgery with her) is resting beside her. We often look at children in their teen years as "grown" because they are in the weird in between stage but days like today I am reminded of the child Breanna really is. She still gets scared and still needs her mommy, and you better believe her doll molly went with her for this surgery,, Now don't mistake Breanna for being "childish or babyish" because that child has been through more pain and suffering than most grown men can handle, but she is still a child that has been through more pain and suffering than most grown men.. its kinda like a double edge sword....
Updated posted by Jennifer Willard 18 days ago
A lot happening at the Willard house.. Today Roy...
A lot happening at the Willard house.. Today Roy starts physical therapy and this morning the authorization came through for Breanna's surgery. So Friday she goes into the hospital (outpatient) and gets 5 teeth removed. This is the first step in the very long process of facial reconstructive surgeries. Poor baby is gonna be swollen and sore, lots and lots of ice cream for her.
I need to call her arm surgeon about her arm, its has been over a year since her last surgery and we need to make sure everything is healing correctly.
The doctors are still tweaking Roy's anti seizure medications since we had to take him off that one, he popped a rash and we don't know if it is from the new medication or if it is the new fabric softener that I got.
As you can imagine we are all extremely stressed and carrying tremendous burdens. Please pray for peace, comfort, and healing.
Created by Jennifer Willard on March 13, 2013
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