Monday, August 18, 2014

Inpatient again


Sarah and I brought Noah to St. Jude about 2 a.m. Monday morning. He’d been running a low fever, so the doctor told us to go ahead and come. Turns out his hemoglobin is low, so he’ll have a blood transfusion here in a little bit. His ANC is also still at zero, which is a bit puzzling since he was on steroids and wasn’t on his oral chemo this week. The doctor thinks it could be some kind of virus that’s keeping his counts down.

So, it’s almost 4:30 a.m. now, and we’re about to be admitted. Sarah and I haven’t slept. We’re guessing Noah will likely be here at least until sometime Tuesday.

Please keep us in your prayers. We’re ready for Noah to get some kind of relief from the crummy couple of months he’s had.

Categories : Family, Leukemia, Noah


  1. Melanie Rickman says:

    Praying for you now.

  2. Greenways says:

    Praying for all of y’all now. Praying for relief, rest, and healing. Let us know how we can help. Love you guys!

  3. Sandy Phipps says:

    Praying now for all concerns for Noah and you both. God wrap your arms around this family and heal their health needs. Grant them strength and courage at this trying time.

  4. Melissa Moore says:

    Praying for all of you!

  5. Denise Ferber says:

    I’m praying for all of you. May you feel the Lord’s loving arms around you.

  6. Debbie Malkivich says:

    Praying for all of you.

  7. Terry and Becky Lindley says:

    Praying for Noah and all of you.

  8. Carla Sanderson says:

    I continue to pray for Noah. May God heal his body of what’s causing this fever quickly. And may He give you and Sarah rest and peace.

  9. Bill DuVal says:

    I will continue to pray regularly for this fella and his family. So hard for everyone when it’s a long, tough, trying ordeal. God will be faithful in His provisions, we can be sure of that.

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