Sometimes you have to laugh at your situation. Noah's head is full of stitches and he has a tube coming out of the top draining fluid off his brain. He doesn’t need to touch any of it so they have this net around his head. Jess and I laughed because he looks so funny with it on. I thought about that guy from Fat Albert. It's not the same color, but if I can figure out a way to cut holes for his eyes - it might just be the funniest picture of him yet. He was eating Pringles when I took this and he was pretty serious looking while doing it. That just his style - He's tough and there is no denying it!
Well we are in our room tonight free from alarms, buzzers, phones and constant light and talking. Noah has been in a room (the PICU) with 24 hour light for 6 days straight. He also heard constant talking and noise so needless to say he is completely exhausted. He has slept so well this afternoon and we are so thankful.
We have made it through some pretty big hurdles this last week. We are breathing a sigh of relief right now because of the blessing of being with him in a room 24 hours a day and the peace that comes with it. It is a great room with a good place to sleep for one of us and a very nice bathroom.
The big hurdle comes next. Noah had a tumor - which could mean cancer. His pathology report comes back this week.
We are asking for every person possible to pray and ask everyone they know to pray for a negative report of cancer. We do not know what day the report will come but until then - Everyone pray!
He has recovered so well which is only because of His heavenly father. We believe his recovery will continue and be a testament to all who hear that the God we serve is indeed the one true God and that He still works miracles!
These posts are written by Noah's parents Jessica & John David Crowe. The default author is Jess, and those written by John David will be noted.