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Monday, July 30, 2007


Sorry for the delay in posting. I have been very busy doing many new things. Here I am gazing out the window. I like to look at the birds sitting on Mommy's rose bush.
I have a new swing...well I have had it for a little while now. I love it!!!
Can we talk??

Oh my!!!

I got a new carseat. Now, I sit up like a big girl & face forward. I stayed in my other carseat so long because it went up to 30 lbs. I love being able to see Mommy & Daddy! I make them laugh all the time.

At first I was not too sure about this new fandangled contraption. But, I like it! really, I do!

Sunday, July 15, 2007


Boeing unveiled their new 787 Dreamliner last Sunday. Mommy & Dad-dee took me to see the ceremony. Dad-dee just finished 777 training last week and will learn to fly this new beauty (the 787) next summer. It was fun but I wore myself out! Whew!

Thursday, July 12, 2007


We had a great 4th of July. We took the princess on a picnic, watched the parade and walked through all the art & craft booths. The weather was perfect! The first year we did not get rained on- whoo hoo!

Monday, July 02, 2007


Ok, I have received many requests asking where Mommy got my tub. Here you go...ONE STEP AHEAD. I just love it because I don't crack my head on the side of the tub. Although, I did recently get a leak in my tub so Mommy has some patching to deflates after every bath. Boo hoo!


Shhhhhh!! Don't tell everyone where we got my tub. This tub is made speical for a Prince & Princess. I think all my friends fit into this buy away.


Here is a recent post from my friend Mary Grace's parents on her condition. Thank you so much for all your prayers. We hope she will be on the path to healing very soon.

I am sorry to keep all of you waiting for any further news. Paul and I have been at Mary's side non-stop since Saturday, and we are worn out. I will try to give everyone some information on Mary's condition. In a nutshell, she is still in life-threatening condition, but, she is showing some signs of improvement. She is the sickest kid in the Intensive Care Unit at this time.

Mary has developed Chronic Lung Disease. This probably developed from all of her pneumonia episodes over the past year. Her lungs are not oxygenating like they should (oxygenating means getting oxygen from the blood to keep her tissues, cells, body alive). She is currently on a high frequency ventilator that is keeping her lungs gently inflated at all times to try to stimulate them to inflate on their own. She is in an induced coma and completely unaware of what is happening to her. She is in no pain.

As of Saturday, her oxygen saturation levels were so low, that even the ventilator could not support her. She was given a drug called Cirfactin. This drug is given to premature babies to help develop their underdeveloped lungs. So far, the drug is working. It is not working as well as it should, but, it is working to keep her O2 levels in a higher position.

If this drug does not continue to work for Mary, our only option is a heart-lung bi-pass. This would put a catheter in Mary's jugular vein in her neck, remove the old blood from her body, re-oxygenate it, and put it back in. This is a very risky procedure, because she could bleed to death from the necessary blood thinners required for this procedure. The survival rate is only 50%, and it can only be done for a period of 3 weeks. If Mary does not respond to the procedure, there is nothing else we can do, and her lungs will eventually fail her.

This is truly the closest that Mary has ever been to death. We know that everything is in God's hands at this point, and all we can do is pray that He makes the best decision for our dear Mary Grace.

Please continue your prayers. They are working. We apologize if we cannot return phone calls. We appreciate all of your love and prayers and positive energy that you continue to send toward Mary Grace and our family.

Andrea and Paul