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post #21 of 440
Sending many prayers for James and hugs for you mama.
post #22 of 440
How terrifying! My heart goes out to you, I can't imagine how seeing my child go thru that. I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.
post #23 of 440
I can't even begin to imagine how absolutely scary that had to have been to watch. Lots of positive thoughts and healing vibes coming James' way - how is he this morning?
post #24 of 440
Oh no! I'll be praying for your sweet boy and your family.
post #25 of 440


what a terrifying experience...I hope he makes a full recovery!

peace,
robyn
post #26 of 440
Best wishes for James and your family...
post #27 of 440
Many hugs for you and good healing thoughts for your son.
post #28 of 440
Definitely sending you all the good thoughts I have.
post #29 of 440
I can't imagine how that must have felt ...or what you're still feeling. James will be in my prayers and thoughts...hugs to you...

Joni and kids, incl. Michaela (10) and Gabriel (8)
post #30 of 440
Thread Starter 
They just did rounds at the hospital, and they're going to keep James in the low-temp coma for another 24 hours, then bring him out of it slowly and see how he responds. Right now they're worried about his heart and some pulmonary edema--they think the left side of his heart was weakened by the trauma, and that maybe there's fluid in his lungs because of it. But over all, things are pretty calm. It's another 24 hours of sitting and waiting, and then we see how well our little James has pulled through.

I'm a nervous wreck. I keep thinking about how this could have happened at night, and we would have lost him. And then I start wondering if he's really "in there" or if he's gone already and we don't know it. The doctors say I should stay positive, but I'm full of fear.

Time to put our youngest to sleep, and then I can go in and spend some time with James (dh is there right now). And by the way, I could NOT have a better partner when it comes to this kind of thing. He's amazing.

Thank you for all the prayers and thoughts.
post #31 of 440


Grand mals suck. Thinking of your family, ROM.
post #32 of 440
Oh no. Thinking of your family and sweet little James.
post #33 of 440
Oh my God. Mama, I will pray for you and your sweet James.
post #34 of 440
(((hugs))) You are so amazing.

I will keep James in my thoughts and prayers.
post #35 of 440
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They just did rounds at the hospital, and they're going to keep James in the low-temp coma for another 24 hours, then bring him out of it slowly and see how he responds. Right now they're worried about his heart and some pulmonary edema--they think the left side of his heart was weakened by the trauma, and that maybe there's fluid in his lungs because of it. But over all, things are pretty calm. It's another 24 hours of sitting and waiting, and then we see how well our little James has pulled through.

I'm a nervous wreck. I keep thinking about how this could have happened at night, and we would have lost him. And then I start wondering if he's really "in there" or if he's gone already and we don't know it. The doctors say I should stay positive, but I'm full of fear.

Time to put our youngest to sleep, and then I can go in and spend some time with James (dh is there right now). And by the way, I could NOT have a better partner when it comes to this kind of thing. He's amazing.

Thank you for all the prayers and thoughts.
I can't help but think that it's a good sign that the doctors seem so positive, I think usually they would be more reserved if they were doubtful.

I'm so glad you've got such a supportive dh, you need all the support you can get right now.

Thank you so much for taking the time to keep us posted, can't stop thinking about you and James. Here's hoping for the best...

Jenny
post #36 of 440
Oh Mamma I am glad the dr. are positive.

How are you doing?
post #37 of 440

What a scary ordeal

for your son James and for you and your family! I am praying that he will recover. s

Sincerely,
Debra
post #38 of 440


Sending prayers to you and your family. Special prayers and thoughts for a full recovery.
post #39 of 440
hugs and positive thoughts for james - hoping for a quick and complete recovery.
post #40 of 440
Oh I can't imagine what you're going through now and how terrifying this must have been. I'm praying for James and for you and hubby as you wait.
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