Wednesday, February 13, 2008

please pray!

We left the hospital around 1230am this morning after siting with Coy for awhile. He was still very sedated and we were waiting for the anesthesia to wear off. We were home for 20 minutes when our phone rang; it was his Neonatologist; somehow is ET tube came out and Coy's heartrate & blood oxygen level dropped very low; they initiated CPR and were able to re-intubate him. It is now 9am and the anesthesia is not wearing off as fast as they would like to see. Coy is still intubated and very sleepy. Please pray with us today that Coy wakes up with the same "spunk" he usually has; pray that he can go to CPAP ASAP; pray that the CPR that was done last night did not damage any of Coy's ribs; pray that he remains infection free; pray for the nurses and doctors who are caring for him.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm praying HARD for Coy.

Muggle Mom said...

prayers will keep coming! our whole kingwood community is praying for coy!

Anonymous said...

You all are in our prayers. God Bless You and keep you and the little man strong.

Melissa said...

Ann Marie and Chris,
I will be praying for Coy this morning. God made him a strong little guy, so lets have faith that he will bounce back with more strength than before. Just remember how amazing the Lord really is!

Commit your way to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He shall bring it to pass. Psalms 37:5

Take care,
Melissa Williams

Anonymous said...

My prayers are always with you.

Shari Cagle

Anonymous said...

Prayers for Coy's healing and recovery and his parents.

Anonymous said...

We are praying for Coy's strength and healing. We know that God is more than able to sustain him and continue his growth and development. We are also praying that He continues to give you both His peace and remind you of His love for you.

Kirk and Lori Baldridge
Coppell, TX

Jenny said...

I'm praying for you all!
Jen

Amanda said...

I will pray hard today.

Anonymous said...

We are praying for complete healing, for a quick recovery and for an awesome day for Coy.

Holly (Kolkhorst), Paul, Luke, Ella and Aaron Hawryluk

Anonymous said...

Just a note of encouragement. I went through a very similar situation 23 years ago. My daughter was a 30 week baby and 4 weeks before she was born I had a friend deliver a 24 week baby. Both children survived and are living very normal lives. Miracles do happen, so don't ever give up!!!! Remember technology has improved so very much since these children were born.

Anonymous said...

Praying for baby Coy. I understand what you are going through and the scare of this morning. Put your trust in the lord and he will see baby Coy through this ordeal. He has gotten you a long way. God Bless You and your family.

The Hulett Family said...

We are praying nonstop. Coy is strong and God is holding him tightly, so have faith he will pull thru and come out stronger than ever. Thanks for the constant update.... many people are reading it daily and praying continously!!

~j~ said...

In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice;in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation. psalm 5:3

Expecting good things for Coy..

~j~

Anonymous said...

So sorry to hear about little Coy's problems - hope all turns around and he is back to his good form very soon. Susan

Beth said...

Lots and lots of prayers today - especially for sweet Coy.

Anonymous said...

Happened upon your blog through another friends, and wondered ... "is this the Coy that Kyle knows?" And, I think it is ...

Praying for your baby as well, and glad to know you all are posting your journey as well.

Heb 10:23 is a verse I have been memorizing, trying to internalize, etc., and just moved me to see that on your page as well, how great is our God and how powerful his word across all of our lives.

Blessings to you.

December Dreamers said...

Chris and Anne Marie

Just wanted to let you know that even though you do not know me, I am your sister in Christ and praying for a miracle for your little blessing.

We have some close friends that had preemie twins and went through some tremendous struggles. The song "Your Grace Still Amazes Me" by Phillips Craig and Dean was a blessing to them and really helped them through that time. Check it out! I hope it blesses you as it has me.

Anonymous said...

"Strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow. Blessings all mine with 10,000 beside. Great is His faithfulness!