Saturday, October 2, 2010
Monday, September 27, 2010
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Wednesday morning Peyton's pediatrician calls after getting the call the day before and wants to see him right away. After an EKG, blood work and 2 sets of Xrays they see something on the EKG and want to send it off to Children's Hospital. That night Easton has a rash from head to toe and is so cranky we can't do anything with him. So after a call to the after hours nurse we conclude he has Roseola.
Thursday morning comes and once again no MDO. I get a call regarding the previous days test and Children's said "poor quality test, with frequent PVC's" (Premature Ventricular Contraction) fancy for heart palpations. So They call in new tests at the hospital so off we go for another test. Have I mentioned my nerves are shot, I am sick with sinus stuff and Peyton is really mad at me because of all these tests. Thankfully the test was quick and painless.
Friday comes with what seems will be a no drama kind of day. I still feel really bad with sinus stuff and my voice is almost gone. I laid around and held Easton who still has a rash and keeps scratching. At 12:00 I get into the shower and my phone rings. It is Westwood and Braxton has spilled his red drink all over his khaki shorts and I need to bring him a new pair of shorts. So wet head and all I go out to the school. I did make a point to call the Dr. on this day and see if she had heard anything on Peyton's test results. She said no, but that she did see PVC's on the test but really can't tell me anything until Children's reads the test, they say hopefully Monday. I finished up Friday with no kids or a husband and went to the Southside football game to watch Bryce walk one of the candidates for Band Queen. He looked so handsome in his tux!
Saturday went smooth until we get to Sallisaw at 4:00 for a 4:45 football game for Braxton's team only to find out that a change was made to the schedule that no one informed Greenwood of. So we finally left the football field at 8:30pm! As we were leaving Peyton said "man that was a long football game"! I will say I am thankful my mom kept Easton and I did get to visit with good friends and family for a long time! Oh and Braxton's team won and he played another great game!
Today has been refreshing with NO drama as of this moment. I had a wonderful day at church with my life group and church service. The weather is a beautiful 65 degrees. We went to Joe and Amber's for her birthday party which was a nice visit. Then I sat outside and watched my boys and all the neighborhood kids play. Oh and I got to wear a sweatshirt!
We are anxiously awaiting Peyton's test results and I know we have more testing coming up, but I am really trying to turn it all over to God. In my life group and in the church service today the verse from Psalm 46:10 Be still and know that I am God, was spoken. I think God is trying to tell me something in all my chaos this week. Through it all he was there, he never left my side and he is in control.