Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Tube

For the past 10 months, we have putting been this tube down into Jackson's stomach for every feeding. We mentioned capturing a bit of this process as he will be getting a G-tube tomorrow. Here is the proof (Oh, and I can guess what you're thinking... Wow, Halle is wearing STRIPED pants! Yes, but it was nearing bedtime and I was in my comfy Pj's. Perfectly acceptable.)...


The Tube from Halle Whittington on Vimeo.

We leave today at 1pm to drive down to LA. We will be staying in the Ronald McDonald House throughout Jackson's stay, well, at least one of us, while the other stays with him in the hospital. We could be there till Saturday or possibly Sunday. We will see. Please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

6 comments:

Joy Howse said...

Jackson and the entire family will be in my prayers as he undergoes this procedure. i pray that things will go smoothly and that you will be home soon. God has sure given both you and your husband amazing patience to deal with all that life has given you and Jackson is lucky to have both of you. Hang in there.

Davenports said...

hi guys...our thoughts and prayers are with each of you...we know that God's got little jackson in His hands (the best place for him) and we trust that he will be kept safe and will come out of this victorious! we love you guys and can't wait to see your little family soon.
-s,j&h

Soderin Family said...

what a brave little guy and mommy too! you will be in our thoughts and prayers.

xoxo

Andrea June said...

He is so beautiful, Halle! I will be praying for you guys :)

The Avilas said...

Girl, you got so good at that! I remember the first few times...seems like forever ago. Jackson has gotten good at it too! I bet he is going to be glad to not have to do that again.

We love you guys. Please let us know how everything goes!

Jenn

Shauna said...

I came across your blog (I think through APU) and I just wanted to leave a quick message and let you know how absolutely handsome your little guy is. God bless you all.