Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Keep Kickin some IPEX trash little SPIDY!
So we have been working on animal sounds and along with the ones on this short video he knows monkey, cow, and everthing else makes the tiger sound. :) Aiden is doing awesome. He climbs up and down the stairs, he rides his bike and crawls all over. True to the nature of his 20 months he is getting into everything (including the toilet and toilet paper) and definitely leting us know that he is in charge and things WILL be done his way! Feisty! Just like the rest of our kids. We continue to scale back on the steriods and all his levels are just where they should be at this point. All the docs call him a SUPERSTAR!!! Cause he is doing amazing. The rest of us are hanging in there. We miss being a family all the time not just on the weekends. Thank you all for all your support and love. Thank you for prayers, and time and interest in our life. Thank you for giving your time, talents, faith, love and everthing else! We love you all and look at the results! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We have so much to be grateful for.
Friday, November 12, 2010
|Taking a break from the mask. He was such a good boy to leave it on the entire trip. Of course the binkie helps.|
|Isn't he adorable?! I love this picture!|
|Playing with Mom.|
|I think he was blowing kisses.|
|Tired babies staring into space :)|
|"Hey Aider, What's up?"|
That's all for now! Keep on kicking IPEX's butt Aider. We love you.
Dave, Katie and Emmy
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
So Kimberly and Aiden stay in the apartment and Brent and the girls drive down on the weekends. Brent stays in Logan during the week so he can work, and the girls are able to stay in school. We have had tremendous help with the girls, dinners, homework etc. Thank you to all that help out.
Aiden is still doing AMAZING!!! He is still taking all his medications, with a few IV meds and some basic fluids still in the mix. All his counts and numbers are up or holding steady. And they have already started to taper off the steroid medication he is on because there is no signs of GVHD (graph verses host disease). Aiden has a new favorite food instant potatos (made with whole milk, extra butter, and sour cream) he practically eats it faster than we can make it.
So we are all still adjusting to the 2 places to live and only seeing each other on the weekends, but with all of your help, support, love, prayes, and everything else is what makes this all possible. Thank you everyone. As you can see from the video Aiden is doing great, if you listen close he is laughing almost the entire time.
TAH TAH for Now!!