Wednesday, February 24, 2010

They use frickin' laser beams!

Aside from the 30 minutes it took to get Eve's IV tube free of air bubbles, this morning was more of the easy-peasy variety.

Find Eve's tiny feet in the right side of this picture. It kind of looks like using a machine gun to kill a mosquito, no?

Target acquired.

3 down, 3 to go.


  1. You are such a strong momma! Still praying for you every day! Almost done. (Melissa Amonette)

  2. hump day on hump day for eve! i am sure it is great to have half down.

    big warm hugs for sleeping beauty.

  3. Your sense of humor through all of this is great Chisty! I look forward to reading the Eve update each morning. I am so happy for you that things are going smoothly after that first disastrous morning in radiology.
    You are in my Prayers.

    BTW - had to share - I was reviewing comments on Rebecca's caringbridge site the other day and saw one from "Christy Griffith" and I though, "okay the name sounds familiar but who the heck is that?"
    It wasn't until I looked through those who have registered on her site that I saw the email attached to the name and said "DUH!!!!"
    Thank you for being an equally loyal follower for Rebecca and her journey with Epilepsy.

  4. Love your sense of humor! If you haven't already found , check it out. Love the "you know you're the parent of a child with cancer when ..." section.

    Another bilateral Wilms' parent