Brody was born today 6lb 4oz 18.5In due to high blood pressure. He is doing well, currently in the NICU for observation. He has been grunting, and reapirations are up. Neonatologist thinks he will do great. Please send prayers not only for Brody but also for my 6 year old who is so excited about his little brother, but can't go into NICU.
Thanks for the prayers. I am ok BP elevated some but still on the Imagnesium drip. Hopefully they will stop it in the am and i can go see him in the NICU. I only saw him for about 2mins today :(
brodys grunting has gotten better, but according to his nurse he thinks he just doesnt feel well and he didnt put up much of a fight for the ABG stick that i have seen grown men complain about. I have given it to God and kbow that he is in control.
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