Scott & Sunny

Scott & Sunny

Thursday, December 20, 2007

I guess I should update. I'm not sure what to say though. Its all very confusing.
We got a rise in counts (YAY) up to 450 today, great news sure, however Scott's platelets took quite a hit from last week, we are now at 130.
High biliruben again.
The doctors are holding the bma again, it will be done next week if we are not at 750.
So we have a bit of a mess, and I just dont know what to think.
Just scared.
Thank you to Steve, Susan and Taylor for your kindness and love and yeah, thanks for the prayers too. You guys are amazing.


christine said...

hard to know what to make of it all isn't it Steph - just have to try to trust the doctors. Be good to have a quiet Christmas at home with no added stress factors - we all need it - as Lorna says we all need to 'chill out'.

Love and hugs as always

Staci said...

Hello all, just a quick note to let you know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Sure hope all Scott's numbers are back where they belong soon.

We were so happy to read that Skittles Pup arrived safely and that Scott was happy with him.

Hugs from Maine!

Colbys Mom said...

I hope you all manage to have a Merry Christmas despite the worries you are going through, I am still praying that Scott's low counts are just a side effect from the meds.
~ Hugs from Colby's Mom

Laura said...

I am thinking of you all and keeping you close in my prayers. I hope those numbers improve soon. Wishing you all a wonderful holiday weekend. It's almost Christmas! :) Please let Skittles know we're sending him well wishes and lots of holiday cheer. I hope he gets everything his heart desires this year. I hope you all do.
Angel Laura

Sandie said...

The four of us are sending the four of you hopes that you have a wonderful Christmas.

Here's hoping Santa brings good counts and a much needed stress-free week.

Lots of love to you all!

Dawn said...

Hi all,

It's great to read of such a fantastic trip to the TBL. It's lovely to know there are special people like Johan out there giving up their own time to cheer up the kids. Sounds like they do a pretty good job of cheering up the parents too!

We all want to say "Merry Christmas" to all of you. And we sure hope Santa finds a way to compete with Johan! I'm sure he will.

Have a great Christmas week and here's hoping you get some good news about Scott's counts soon.

With love to you all,