Tuesday, April 11, 2006

PCP appointment, Watch ascites, Jacob's 2

Jake's two years old today. Here's a picture of Jacob with cake frosting on his face, and a big smile on mommy's face. Later this evening, Jacob came pitter-pattering into the room, wearing that wig that Denise has on her head. I'd post a picture but I'm still traumatized. Oh, the birthday party theme is now changed to trains. That was on clearance sale but the jungle stuff wasn't. Easy choice. I thought perhaps Chinese food would be appropriate for a railroad theme.
But Greek food won out. Why? I figure it's because she was in the hospital during the Greek festival last September and she missed out. Makes perfect sense to me.
Denise's appointment with the primary care physician was productive. He wrote the necessary note to get Denise declared disabled. That'll open the door to some services if needed. He also wanted us to see the GI doctor because the feeding tube wound hasn't closed up yet. Also, we need to keep an eye on the ascites (fluid buildup in the tummy area).


Blogger Anne said...

Happy Birthday, Jacob! And Denise, you and I share the same birthday! I'm so glad you're home and your recovery continues. Phil, thanks for the helpful hint about blogs and drafts and such - I read it several weeks, probably, after you wrote it, and was delighted that you were looking in on me. I hope you'll continue to do so. What a wonderful new beginning for all of you - this Easter will really be relevant, won't it?
Much regards and respect,

April 11, 2006 10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Denise looks wonderful!! Jacob too.

April 12, 2006 5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoopa! And some buklava too. Glad jacob had a great B-day. Denise looks so good. Keep it up girl.

April 12, 2006 7:31 PM  
Anonymous beki said...

:) Awww, come on, show us the picture of Jacob with the wig! Pleeeease! Glad for all the good news; you're all in my prayers! Love, Beki

April 13, 2006 12:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looking good!
Denise looks happy and very much on the mend. What a wonder!
And now your attention begins to shift. We are still with you in prayer.

April 18, 2006 9:12 AM  

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