I don't know what to say right now. Shannon and I are very scared and don't know what the future holds. We try to stay as strong as we can yet we find ourselves falling down every now and then. We try so hard to stay as positive as we can in hopes that our positivity will keep our little man strong and hopefully it will. We feel absolutely powerless and helpless in a situation that is in someone else's hands. I can't even begin to tell you how much we love this little man and how much we want to bring him home. I try to stay strong, but I have my low points just like anyone does. I have to be honest. Every time I hear new news about Gabe and some new issue that arises, my hopes of Gabe living a quote normal life without issues begin to dwindle. Sometimes our hearts just ache with the thought that we may never get to bring Gabe home at all and that hurts your heart and soul beyond belief. I am not trying to bring you down or be pessimistic, these are just the feelings that are very real for Shannon and I. The night and exhaustion have a way of bringing you down at the end of a long day. However, I know that tomorrow is a new day and Shannon and I will wake up and put on our super suits and join Gabe in battle for another day. Ok. Let's talk about Gabe and how he is doing.
Gabe's day was pretty uneventful, the doctors just let Gabe have a day of rest without changing too much. The pain medicine team came down and suggested an increase in his morphine drip rate which will hopefully help him out. I did get to talk to the pathology team who said that they did NOT see cancerous type tumors on his liver, which is GREAT news. However, they are still unsure of what they truly are. They have speculated a couple of different things, but we will not discuss them until we are absolutely sure. We have found that we can speculate all day long and in the end all it causes is unnecessary worry. So we will wait for the final word before we tell you all. Gabe will be going down to get an MRI on Friday to take a look at his brain and abdomen. The doctors want to see how his brain is functioning and see if there has been any damage from everything that has been going on. They also want to take a closer look at his abdomen and most importantly look at the liver. We are praying that with the new information we can put a plan together to get Gabe healthy and home. Please continue to pray for our little Super G! Here are a few picture and video until tomorrow. Thank you for all the continued love and support, it means the world to our family.