This sweet little warrior had his pre-admission clinic in Edmonton today, and well, we drove 3 hours one way for a 5 minute appointment with the anesthesiologist. 🤦 We tried to make a fun trip out of it with a little coffee + hot chocolate date!
As annoying as that was, we are so incredibly grateful for the amazing medical team that God has placed around him. They won't let him slip through the cracks.
The plan is the same. We come back just after Christmas for a CT scan, and hopefully those images will give Iver's team a clear picture of what is happening with his conduit.
Our hearts are still so sad that this is happening, but we can't say enough how thankful we are that they follow Iver so closely and were able to catch this before we ended up in an emergency situation again. Also, that we can have Christmas at home. We know that's not a reality for many families with sick kids and our hearts ache for them.
Thank you again to everyone who has continued to share Iver's story. We so appreciate you sharing in your stories or on Facebook! Prayers are powerful and we'll take all the prayers we can get!! We have heard of so many people that we don't even know personally are praying for our sweet, strong little man. Could you please keep praying that his conduit doesn't narrow too quickly? Also, please keep his medical team in your prayers, praying that God would give them wisdom and direct their decisions! Thank you guys from the bottom of our hearts. 🖤