Well! Tomorrow is D. DAY for our momto6boys, Tina!!
She will be going in for a c-section around 8:00 am PST. She asked that we all keep her and the babies in our prayers and thoughts and of course, I told her we will all be waiting to hear. Bobby, T's husband is going to text or call me when the girls are born and granted a clean bill of health!! It has been a very trying time for our dear friend. She has had a very uncomfortable experience with the hospital staff as I heard first hand over the phone. All I will say is that often times and I mean so very often it is scary, that those of us who live in chronic pain are treated poorly by many in the medical field as well as in our own lives. I will not go into that any further except to say, please keep her in your prayers.
She has made it to her 36 week mark!!! The babies are both over 5 lbs. and will be born on September 27, 2010!! I must say I am excited to say that her girls will be exactly 12 years younger than my 12 year old little/oh my! my BIG girl tomorrow!!
This has been a long journey we have all taken with Tina. I would also like to request each and every one of you to join me tonight and in the morning to not only pray for Tina, Bobby, the boys and those twin girls, but to pray for the doctors and PA's administering anesthesia via epidural, the doctors and nurses who will be performing the cesarean section, the pediatric teams for both Hailee and Alyssa and all of the other people involved in this important and exciting birth.
I am so proud to be a member of this forum. The strength, love and grace with which each of you handle yourselves and those of us who are your peers, is wonderful and a great pleasure to know that each of you have my back as I have yours!
Love to all,
DX’d-Syringomyelia C-1 to T-1, DDD, Diabetes Type II, Migraines, Chronic Muscle Spasms, IBS, Panic Disorder, ICC, Hypothyroidism, Bipolar Disorder, Fibromyalgia. Emergency surgery for ruptured bowel in '05 w/colostomy and takedown in '06. Frozen Shoulder and Torn Rotator Cuff in Left Shoulder. Surgery for shoulder recently, now in Physical Therapy.