Wednesday Update - 6:50pm
Because of lack of time, I have copied and pasted an email from our church contact, Celia. John contacted her earlier today to give Noah's status. I'll also quickly add that as of 6:15 pm, Noah had been extubated and was really moving his limbs; he took his passie out with the left hand and handed it to me....He was aware that John and I had to leave so started crying , "Mama! Mama!" then he also said "Dada! Dada!" Praise God! We were told that he may not be able to speak for a while due to the part of the brain that the surgeons had to go through. He was also able to communicate that he wanted some milk. And once he shook his head no when I told him he needed to go night night! That is SOOO Noah!! So, needless to say, we are praising God for His faithfulness and for healing. He is good!! I will do my best to post more after visiting hours are over at 10pm. Once again, thank you SOOOO much for all of your prayers, and support, and for loving my little boy. He's going to be ok. God bless!!
As we rely on God today for everything, I share with you a scripture Jessica Crowe shared in their blog regarding Noah: “Many are the plans in a man's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails.” - Proverbs 19:21
We spoke with John David a short while ago. I quote John David, “This is a VERY GOOD day!” They have just met with the surgeon who says that from the MRI, it looks like they got ALL of the tumor! Also, and very unexpected, they see signs that the brain is moving back over into it’s normal position! Also, tests are showing that his motor function is better than the surgeon expected it to be! They will be taking Noah off of the ventilator later today and he may even be moved to a room (out of PICU) tomorrow! AND, the surgeon is now not expecting Noah to have any more surgeries during this hospital stay!
PRAISE GOD FROM WHOM ALL BLESSINGS FLOW!!!!!
Please continue to pray that Our LORD will restore all of Noah’s motor function and speech and that God will be glorified in this! Pray as well for strength and perseverance for John David, Jessica, and all of their families.
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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.