Saturday, June 28, 2008

Trip to S'port

I don't have any pictures to show but the girls and I went to Shreveport this past week and had a great time. I saw Bekah, Ashley, Lindsey, and David and Allison Granger along with everyone's kiddos. It was so good to spend time with long time friends. Bekah, Ashley and I even went out to dinner without our kids. What a HUGE treat!!!!

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Update on Allie

Monday we took Allie to the Nephrologist and still the most common treatment for urine reflux is to take a low dose antibiotic everyday to prevent infection. So this is what we will do and have been doing since she got the UTI a month ago. If she has a break through infection then Allie will probably have to have the procedure done. The best news is that Allie has been very pleasant for the last few days. I don't know if it's that she is getting older or if God is answering my prayer for mercy. Either way I will give God the glory!!!!!!! Thank you, Lord!

Monday, June 2, 2008

Clara is 2 years old

Yesterday was Clara's 2nd birthday! The morning began with the nursery at church calling me because Clara had fever. Since we had planned a party for her at the park for the afternoon, I took Clara to the after hours pediatric clinic and fortunately she only had an ear infection. So she got a shot and took a long nap then was ready to party. The "little" party was lots of fun. After only a few pictures, the batteries in my camera died. Thanks to my friend Michelle I should have some more later.

Allie was diagnosed with urine reflux a couple of weeks ago. We are going to a pediatric kidney doctor today to see what kind of treatment needs to be done. In the past kids with urine reflux take a low dose of antibiotics everyday to prevent infection but now there is a non invasive procedure that can be done to correct it. Hopefully, this will help Allie feel better and be a less fussy baby. Even though these pictured make her look like a very happy baby she is still high maintaince. I am not sure if she is just spoiled or is actually uncomfortable.