Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Olivia's Surgery

Thank you to everyone praying for Olivia as she goes in for surgery tomorrow. Many of you have requested addtional information about this surgery. The following two links have a little more information for those of you interested.

Pediatric Strabismus surgery

Strabismus surgery

We will arrive at the hospital tomorrow at 9:30 am (although we might go a bit sooner and swing by the NICU.) Her surgery is scheduled for 11:30 am. Hopefully, we'll be home by early evening. Thank you so much for all of your prayers.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are in my thoughts and prayers today! Crystal Hanson

Julia said...

We prayed for you all this morning and will continue to think about you and pray for God's closeness and strength throughout the day. As always, if there is anything we can do to help...
Laura

Kerry said...

Good luck Miss Olivia! I'm sending all of my brains to the doctor doing your surgery (just in case he needs more). So now I'm sitting at my desk drooling on myself and trying to remember how to do my job. Hmm...maybe I should have kept some of those brains for myself...

Anyway, I will be thinking of you guys all day today and will probably be checking the blog obsessively this evening (although by all means don't post tonight unless you absolutely want to). She's going to be just fine although she's probably more than slightly irritated that you won't feed her! Mean mommy!

And like Laura said, as always, if there is anything I can do just holler.

Kim said...

We're praying for you all. Call if you need anything.

Becky said...

Praying for ALL of you today!

Shea said...

I have been thinking of Livi all day, and I have been praying that everything work out.

Kristy said...

I had this surgery when I was 4 and then again when I was 25. My eyes were good for about 20 years, then one started to wander again. They are almost completely straight now. It's really amazing what they can do, and doing it at such a young age will really help her vision. I don't see in "stereo" because I was 4 when they did my surgery, but she should have great vision!