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Mar 31, 2010

Quick Update

From Michelle:

Just a quick note to tell you thank you for praying and for reaching out to Abby and the rest of our family.

There is still no news from the sweat test. Hopefully we can get someone to tell us tomorrow.

For tonight we are home. Abby's pulmonologist's office called to say he is back in town and wants to see Abby tomorrow (Thursday). Praise God. No matter what is causing the thick mucus, we have to get her lungs healthier. I hope she wont be readmitted to the hospital tomorrow but we will do what is necessary to help her.

Thanks again for praying. We will update you when we know more.


Sarah said...

Continuing the prayers for sweet Abby!!!

Mom to 9 Blessings! said...

Thanks for the update Michelle! I spoke with Linda today and so glad you can encourage one another! I love you and will continue to pray for your family and all decisions!

Hugs and blessings!

Jessica K said...

Brent and Michelle and family,

You are all in our thoughts constantly and in our prayers. Hebrews 11:1
Is. 53:4-5
We are believing with you all and will not stop. Abby has a huge purpose on this earth and the devil is a liar and he can't stop her. He can't kill her with cancer and he can't weaken her with disease. Jer.29:11
Please know you are in my heart and prayers.

Michelle said...

Thanks for the update! We are glad to here the pulmonologist is back and can see Abby so quickly!
Michelle Mann

Masto Mama said...

Continuing to you guys!

debi9kids said...

goodness.... keeping sweet Abby is our prayers ...

Sweet Joni said...

PRAISE the LORD that her "Primary" Specialist is back AND such a quick appt. was available AND you were able to come home!!! (AGAIN) uffda

I looked up definition of: Pediatric Pulmonologists and thought others may want to know the extensive training they have! I was SURPRISED to say the least! WOW!!!

Medical Specialist: Pediatric Pulmonology

Pediatric pulmonologists specialize in the treatment of children and teens with breathing and lung disorders. After completing medical school, the physician receives at least three more years of training in a pediatric residency, followed by an additional three or more years of training as a pediatric- pulmonology fellow. Pediatric pulmonologists provide expert care and management for pediatric patients with:

Associated Diseases
•Cystic fibrosis
•Breathing problems
•Pneumonia, recurrent

Carey said...

Glad you're home. Even if it's only for a short time. Praying!!

Charlotte said...

Dear Sweet Abby, I hope you are enjoying your time at home for now. Spend a lot of time playing with your things, eating some fun food with spideylandis, give lots of hugs to everyone you see, draw pretty pictures of rainbows, write out your Christmas list now (you can add to it as the year goes on), kiss mommy and daddy once every hour and take a pic of your favorite toy. We love you here at the Knox house and pray for your daily. HUGZ AND BUGZ.

The McCammons said...

Thank you very much for always having the faith, and taking the time to keep us all updated. Praying and thinking of you all and dear Abby!!!

purejoy said...

thinking of you and continuing to pray for abby. she is such a little trooper!! (and so are you, mom and dad). hang in there. i'm praying in the meantime!

luci said...

Hi Abby! I'm glad you're home. Take care and feel better soon! I am praying for you!


Renee said...

Praying for sweet Abby and for you all!

Marie said...

How are Landis and Sami coping with not having their parents around? And how is Garrett healing from his accident? Thinking of you all.

Kim Gonzales said...

I am still praying for Abby! She is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO pretty and beautiful. I hope she gets better soon and you are getting better news from the doctors.

Abby, you are a superstar princess!! We love you!

The Gonzales Family