Wednesday, July 09, 2008

A Huge Blessing

Mei-Ling saw her cardiologist today. Her heart sounded great, the tests showed that her heart was the right size, the holes continue to get smaller and the Doctor doesn't need to see her for a YEAR !!!!! Such good news.
She is just about 20 lbs now and 28 inches tall. The end of the month she will see her urologist and have several rather uncomfortable tests done, and we are praying for more happy news there too. Later she will see the nephrologist to see how her kidney is doing. This baby has beaten the odds. She has been a fighter and maintains the sweetest disposition. We are all feeling so blessed tonight. I drove Melanie and Mei-Ling to the Doctors and after that we decided to celebrate the good news with a Starbucks and a toy for Mei-Ling.

9 comments:

Marci said...

What a doll baby. Praise the Lord for the great news!!!!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Sooo very glad to hear such good news!

Vicky said...

PTL for Miss Mei-Ling!!!!!
She is a little princess.

Aisling said...

Blessed indeed! I'm so glad to read this good news!

(PS, Thanks for the watermelon juice directions the other day. Perfect. Simple. Wonderful!)

littleladyboutique said...

Oh, Patty! So wonderful to hear this news. :):):):) What a precious little trooper she is. :):):) Blessings, Stephanie

HouseMouse said...

This is wonderful, joyful news. Just look at her precious happy face! I am praying that it's equally well with her other doctor visits. She looks happy, healthy, and beautiful.

Anabella said...

I am so happy for you all. That is great news for you and your family. Your daughter must feel as if a cloud has been lifted. Thinking of you and your family.
Love,
Anabella

tami said...

That is wonderful. I am so happy for your happy news. I read your blog every day to see how Mei Ling is doing.

Simply Authentic said...

How absolutely wonderful! Such good news! She really has been through a lot this year, so it's good to hear such a wonderful update. Please keep us posted and let us know when to pray on the upcoming doctors visits.