Friday, May 28, 2010

Jaylie - 6 months 1 week

We are back at Swedish today. Two days ago, Jaylie had her G tube button replaced here at Swedish. Yesterday and today Jaylie has been fussy during her feeds. She was waking up every couple of hours all though the night. At 230am this morning Jaylie had a 102.5 temperature which remained after 730am when we called the Dr. The surgeon which has performed all of Jaylie's surgeries advised us to bring Jaylie in right away, so here we are. The Dr's have advised Jaylie is fighting an infection of the G tube insertion site so the have Jaylie on an IV and meds over the next 24hrs which means we will be here overnight.

Other than a small infection and hospitalization things are well :0)

Here is a link to a recent picture: HERE

Nathan, Kristina and Jaylie


  1. I will be praying. Love Grandma Jennene

  2. I saw the post to your blog on facebook via the pampers discussion boards. I was very touched by Jaylie's story. I have polycystic ovarian syndrome and was told to give up any notion of kids. I started seeing a specialist but kept having bad timing. I ended up getting pregnant without their help but suffered a miscarriage because the fetus never developed. However I had hope. I prayed and I believe they were answered. I had my little girl Feb. 19, 2010 via c-section due to pre-eclampsia. She was 4lbs 10oz and 18" long. She was luckily born at 38 weeks but being so small people perceive her as a preemie.

    I look forward to your future posts and seeing her lovely pictures. I'll be praying for her. I hope all is well and she's making lots of smiles.