Wednesday, May 23, 2007

end of school year stuff + worry = no posts

Thank you all so much for your prayers and kind words on Emma's test results. We got a bit more info and she is a grade 2 on her better side and a grade 3 on the other. Not as bad as it could have been (thank you!), but hearing it out loud set the mommy brain wheels turning. On June 8th we'll be seeing a pediatric urologist to see where we go from here.

I'll be back to posting soon. I'm not all doom and gloom. I have good stuff to share, too.

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Blogger DD said...

I'll be patiently waiting for news and hope that the specialist offers some excellent and productive suggestions.

5/23/2007 9:24 AM  
Blogger Angela Martínez said...

Good to hear from you ever so briefly. Emma stays in our thoughts and prayers. Grade 2 and 3 doesn't sound nearly as scary as grade 5, does it? We'll anxiously be awaiting the next bit of good news.

And hugs to the graduate who must only have a few days of school left!

5/23/2007 11:56 AM  
Blogger Carole Knits said...

Here's hoping the specialist has just the advice you need.

5/23/2007 12:54 PM  
Anonymous debbie vogel said...

Cullen and I have been saying prayers for her when I put him to bed. Please forgive my medical ignorance, but when you said it was reflux, does she have acid reflux that is affecting her kidneys or is it a totally different kind of reflux? We'll still keep Emma in our prayers!

5/23/2007 2:04 PM  
Anonymous Kim said...

That face deserves nothing but a clean bill of health. Best, best of luck.

5/23/2007 3:16 PM  
Blogger Nancy @ the Jersey Shore said...

Been checking often to see an update...still thinking good healing thoughts. looking forward to the good stuff news!

5/25/2007 3:04 PM  
Blogger Erin said...

Oh Gretchen... reflux in the kidneys... poor thing. I'm glad it isn't as bad as it could have been, but even so, it must be worrisome and hard to hear. I'll keep her and you... and all of you, in my thoughts!

5/30/2007 3:14 PM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

Thanks, you guys. Really. I'm not feeling really wordy right now but I truly appreciate your comments.

6/01/2007 9:54 AM  
Anonymous Toni said...

I googled vcug and came upon your blog. My daughter age 7 is going through what Emma went through. We did her sono last week and are doing her vcug next friday. I am trying to get all the info I can. I was having difficulty navigating though the posts to see how Emma was doing after the surgeries. If you had to do it all over again, would you do anything different. Any advice or helpful hints? Thanks, Toni

9/16/2011 2:18 PM  
Anonymous Toni said...

I am kind of new to blogs so I couldn't figure out to email you personally but If you want to email me you can.

9/16/2011 2:20 PM  

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