Monday, May 27, 2013

update may 27 morning

We ended up in emerg last night with a neutrpenic fever.  Turns out her counts were unreadable at 0.0.  Coming in her hemaglobin was 90, but with all the fluid they gave her because she was dehydrated she dropped to 63.  They are currently type and crossing her for a blood transfusion.  This will be her first transfusion which is rare for oncology kids.  They usually have had many by this point.  Please pray for this mama because a ball of nerves wouldn't even begin to describe how I feel right now.  Cheyenne has slept pretty well once she got into familiar ground upstairs.  She just woke up and is quite puffy from all the fluids.  Please pray that Cheyenne's transfusion will go well, without reactions and they will be able to find the source of her infection soon.


  1. We are praying for you, Sonia. And for Cheyenne. Phil. 4:6-7
    "I have cast my anchor in the port of peace,
    knowing that present and future
    are in nail-pierced hands."
    Love, Susan & family

  2. A friend of mine was enjoying this verse recently. I thought I would pass it along. I am continually praying for you all!

    "And David said to his son Solomon, 'Be strong and of good courage, and do it; do not fear nor be dismayed, for the LORD God-my God- will be with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you, until you have finished all the work for the service of the house of the LORD." 1 Chronicles 28:20