Tuesday, January 26, 2010

So we recieved a good report from the doctor. She was very pleased with what she was able to see on the reports from the cath . So she passed him through to be scheduled for his surgery, we will be going down to primaries on February 15th to do all of the preparations for the surgery and on the 16th they will do the surgery. They have told us that this next surgery won't be as hard on him as the first one was. They say that he will be in the hospital from 8 to 14 days just depending on how his body recovers.

So as a family we are enjoying every minute we can while he is strong and healthy. As you can see in this picture Teagan loves to smile and is getting so strong, he loves to sit in his bumbo and watch everything around him. He loves his sisters, every time they walk in the room he gets a big grin on his face. They love dancing and singing for him to see his reaction .It is so fun to see the bond that is growing between each one of them.

Once again we would like to thank each one of you for your love and support you show to us each day.

Love, Amanda


  1. He is so beautiful! He glows. I still have this gift sitting here, accompanied with a lot of guilt for not being able to help. Can I drop the gift by sometime soon before he outgrows everything? And please let me know if I can help with ANYTHING! Love you!

  2. That is so good that he is so strong but sad he has to go back in for more surgery. We will you all well! Miss Ya!

  3. Hey, I just got your blog address from my mother in law who got it from you at the hospital(3 months ago). (This is Rainbow our son was the one who had the reconstruction on the skull.) I have thought about you and prayed for you often since we left the hospital and have hoped for the best for your family. Today as I read your entire blog because I wanted to know everything... I am in awe at how well he is doing. I have no doubt that it is from your faith as his parents. I know this has been a hard time for you, but I remember watching you in the OR waiting room and I was amazed at your strength and faith, then when you showed us your little man in the NICU, again I was amazed by your strength. I will pray that this second surgery will go great and that he will continue to grow and be strong. Your story has touched my heart deeply and I am glad to have met you in the hospital even though the circumstances were what they were. You will continue to be in our prayers.

    Love the Mortensens