Friday, October 1, 2010

Livers are important

Life at the hospital is crazy. Each day has something new happens. I get so sad seeing Paige get more and more sick. Watching Paige throwing up blood because her clotting factors are not what they use to be. watching Paige have moments were she does not even know who I am. I have been very grateful to have a home at the hospital. I cannot even think about going home. Even if we were sent home we would be back that night or in the morning. It is sad when all of the nurses know who you means you have been in the hospital too many times. I am thankful that all of the nurses love Paige and take great care of her. I also love Dr. Book. Dr. Book is an amazing woman who truly cares about her liver kids. She has taken time to hold Paige in her arms. She is always showing how much she loves Paige and how much she cares. I know that if anyone where to save Paige it would be Book. I hope Dr. Book keeps loving what she is doing and never quits. There are so many kids who could benefit from her care.


Julia said...

I'm LuLu's aunt. Just wanted to stop by and say you guys have been in my thoughts and prayers constantly. What is harder than waiting for an organ to save your precious baby? Not much. Dr. Book IS AMAZING! She's one in a billion. Paige is in the best hands!

krissy said...

We are keeping all of you in our prayers. I think of you often and pray your miracle comes very soon. I remember all too well the helpless feeling of "the wait". Dr. Book is the best, we are all so lucky to have her.
With love,
Krissy Hakanson & family
(we meet at the liver family picnic a couple of weeks ago)

Erica said...

I just wanted to let you know we are still thinking of you and praying for sweet Paige.