Monday, October 13, 2008

To put everyone out of your misery....:-)

Lindsay is very stable and doing fine. Dr. Devaney was happy with the new shunt and in a day or two we will see where she is at. Hopefully this will allow the perfect amount of blood flow to her lungs and she can finally start going in the right direction. When she cam up from the OR, her sats were at 83, she didn't have nitric on!!!!, and she was already down to 80 on the ventilator. So, again, the waiting game continues but all in all she looks good. We still have a long road and about two more weeks here. Hoping, if things keep on the up hill, that we will be home in time to take the boys trick-or-treating. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank each and every one of your for your continuing support and the prayers that come with it. I will update again tomorrow after we see her in the morning.
We love you all and you all have a special place in our hearts!
Love, Suzie and JR

PS Didn't post a picture because we have all seen enough of Lindsay with a ventilator in and her eyes shut. The next, she will have eyes open and hoping that tube is outa here!


Anonymous said...

Thank goodness!

Jen Lindsay

Anonymous said...

Yeah for Miss Lindsay!!!! You have been in our prayers and thoughts and again...another one answered. Sleep well and heal quickly. We love you!!!!


Anonymous said...

Hi Suzie and Jr,

That is such good news, we were all a nervous wreck today when we read the blog. Thanks for the update so we will be able to sleep. We hope you two can rest a little easier tonight and we are all still praying for a great outcome and her speedy recovery. Keep positive, Miss Lindsay is on tough baby.

Hope Cruz is feeling better soon.
We love you all!!
Steve and Tina

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear some good news tonight!!! Hang in there, we will keep the prayers coming. Let us know if there is anything we can do for you guys.
Mark, Barb, & Chad

The B Family said...

Awesome! Thanks for keeping us updated. Praying for small steps forward...and a peaceful night for all of you!

Heart hugs~ Rebecca

Elaine said...

...and misery it is, too, my dear! ;)

We love you and are so glad Lindsay's numbers are so much better than before the surgery...what was that, surgery no. 100???

Hold each other close and get some sleep...we will keep praying...

Love, Elaine

Amanda Groulx said...

That's great--the main picture is perfect. I tell her every morning, noon, and night to get better and be strong. She has the SWEETEST little face. I can't wait to see her in person. Sweet dreams to you all for a better, healthier tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

So glad to see that she's doing alright tonight. Continuing to pray for the Princess and for Cruz as well. Hopefully you'll get some much needed rest tonight.


Anonymous said...

Dear Dean Family,
I just got caught up with your updates, as we were out of town and away from a computer. Oh my word, what a rollercoaster.
And you had 2 children, in different hospitals, at the same time.
Our prayers will continue to be with Lindsay and your entire family. God bless Lindsay's special heart.
Ethan has a cardiology clinic appt tomorrow afternoon and if time allows, we will try to come up and find you.
Blessings, prayers & heart hugs,
Sandy,Chris,Ethan(7,HLHS/PLE), Carleigh & Carson (twins, heart healthy)

Anonymous said...

You have all been in my prayers and thoughts, as always ;)!! I'm so glad to hear everything went well today. I love you all so much! Hopefully you'll be holding that sweet little princess of yours soon!


Anonymous said...

I am so glad the princess is resting easy tonite. I forgot to tell you Brooke told me to tell Lindsay happy 4 months from her 6 month buddy. :0.....that is brooke spitting up for you just in case you forgot! :) halloween is a good goal..we need to find Lindsay a baby princess costume! I love you and wish i was there to hug you.


Anonymous said...

Checking in before I'm off to work. So glad to hear good news. Looking forward to a new picture of our little princess with the tubes out. Picture on the blog in the opening is adorable. Love it. Thanks for keeping us all posted. In my thoughts and prayers daily.

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness, we are all so relieved. Lindsay is such a fighter and I can see why. She has such a strong loving family.

You know kids do say the darndest things. Last night the kids were running around and all of the sudden Natalie stopped and started packing her back pack. I asked her what she was doing and she said she is packing to visit Lindsay in the hospital. I asked her what she would say to her when she got there. She said I'll tell her I'm sorry. For what? Because her heart is broke. But mommy she'll get better. I thought about that all night and this morning when I got to work I see Lindsay is doing much better. I know it is still a long road ahead, but she is a fighter. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Sarah, Charlie, Natalie, and Nathan

Lillian'sheart said...

Hey there, I found you from Stephanie Husted's carepage. What a beautiful baby girl you have there. I will be thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers.

Laura and Lillian
carepage: lilygrace2

Anonymous said...

Hi you guys,,,I sure hope this works, for little Lindsay and you as well, she has been through enough for 1 little girl!! She is one tough baby. I think her mom's stubborn streak is with her,,what do you think, Suzie? We hope and pray this is the surgery that will get her outta there!! Prayers are with you all. Cole was here after school, and he is doing great I think, we were outside for a couple of hours and he seemed to have a great day at school too.
love to all
Don and Brenda

Evie's Story said...

Could you e-mail me a mailing address please? A little something I wanted to drop in the mail to miss Lindsay.


Praying!!! Loving you all