How tiny breaths teach us big things




It seems as if I’m always beginning these posts with promising to write more later…but for now, here’s a quick update:

  • Struthers is 17 pounds and 27″ long!!!
  • He had a minor surgical procedure to repair a birth defect last week, and did beautifully!
  • We will be on oxygen and keep the G-button for feeds as needed through the winter, and begin discussing removal of these no earlier than April.
  • Until then, we walk a cautious tightrope with when and where we venture out with him, so shut-in season has officially begun!

And I PROMISE, I have lots to say about the last few weeks, but in the meantime, take a look at the newly-posted photos and captions, and that will catch you up a little bit.

1 Comment

  1. Cami Bremer

    Comments imported from CaringBridge (2 comments):

    Love hearing about this little guy’s progress. He has surely come a long way and I hope and pray he continues to do so. Thanks for the updates and I pray for your family and all you have endured this last year. Hope the new Year brings great strides for Struthers and many wonderful memories for him and you.
    —Janet Peacock-Cochran Ga. 1974 Classmate of your Mom. Coni, December 29, 2015

    Thanks for the update. continued prayers
    —Rosalyn Forsyth, December 28, 2015

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