Monday

hydrocephalus

If you want to learn more about Hydrocephalus, click here. If you have questions about James and his specific case, feel free to ask them either here in the comments, or by e-mail { ktrmama at msn dot com }

5 comments:

Adriana said...

Are you guys home? It must be very hard to have to recuperate from labor so far from home. I am sure James is doing well, just from the love he feels from you, Tyler, and the kids. I bet this has been an emotional time and I wish there were more we could do to help you guys. If you need anything, I am sure my family would be more than willing to help you guys out!
Thanks for the information, it has clued us in a little more.

Jamie said...

KT, it's me, Jamie from UA days, enjoying your lovely blog, but so sad to hear about your baby. You'll be in our thots & prayers. We hope the best for Sweet baby James (My SBJ turns 3 on Saturday, and we were on the fence about names til James Taylor won me over...it's perfect for him! Love that name!) I wish we could send hugs and yummy, sisterly-dinners over the internet...:)

little mama said...

Adriana - Yes, we're home and loving it! Thanks for the support - we appreciate it. Hope you're settling into your new home, and that it's starting to feel like home to you guys. How're the boys doing with the change?

Jamie - Good to see you, and thanks for the thoughts and prayers. Internet well-wishes, luckily, work almost as nicely as the hugs and dinners at uplifting us. So sweet. (and James Taylor won us over, too. We didn't come up with a name for sure until he was a few hours old, but I kept coming back to SBJ!)

Adriana said...

There are definitely good days and bad... Damond has to study ALOT!, but we knew that would happen, now it's just a matter of getting used to it! Thomas is having a bit of a hard time:( He is acting out alot more (and since you know that he's a difficult child to begin with, sometimes I just want to pull out my hair or his :D) I am hoping that preschool will help him settle down
plus he has started to have alot of accidents in his pants... did you ever come across this?
Hopefully, we will get to meet your precious new baby at Christmastime! :D

Michelle said...

Oh, dear friend, I just read this post. I didn't know when I left that other comment. I had only read on your sister's blog the initial concern that he was dehydrated, and not known what happened after that. I'm so sorry to hear of his diagnosis! I want to know more of what this means for your sweet son specifically.
Sending love and {hugs}. . . .