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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Quick Ride in a Wagon and Trip to Pediatric Playroom

I thought Owain could use a change of scenery, I know I needed it anyways! So we hunted down a portable oxygen tank, grabbed a wagon and headed out to the playroom. As soon as we got set up, respiratory therapy came in for his albuteral treatment.



He fell asleep sitting up in the wagon during his nebulizer treatment.
Breathing is hard work these days.


This is about the extent of his playing, pushing a ball back and forth.
After about 10 minutes he was too tired to play any more and
willingly came back to the room and is now taking a nap.


He is doing much better tonight, but still not himself. Owain is a talker, he is at that stage where he wanders around the house all day talking in 2 and 3 word sentences. For the most part he is able to tell us what he wants, needs or is going to do, along with an almost nonstop production of the alphabet song....over and over and over, all. day. long. Not today though, I haven't been able to get more than a dozen words out of him all day. I miss my little chatter box.



6 comments:

Krysti Mayers said...

Hang in there Lisa! He'll get through this--he's a strong little nut! Love you guys! We all Love our Owain. Liam drew him a picture today at school. I hope he likes it! :)

Kristine said...

I'm so sorry momma. He'll be chattering away in no time. Still here for you. If you need any help, to get the word out about something, or support. I'm here. Always.

Anonymous said...

Lisa we are sending our prayers back East to our little boy! And some are going to the rest of those beautiful kids also! Take care of everyone including yourself. Lots of love, Aunt Debbie

Stefenie said...

Poor guy! Breaks my heart reading how sick he is. Saying lots of prayers that he is on the mend and back to his chatty self soon! Hang in there momma!

Rachel said...

Aww... poor little fella! He looks so miserable! I am glad you were able to take him home yesterday! You will be in our prayers!

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