I sat in the back of her room on the "sleeping bench" and prayed and read all of the bible verses and encouraging words on her quilt from the Plains Church to help me remain calm. God gave me the strength to remain in the room with Julianne and not become a distraction to the doctors and nurses by panicking.
Around 2:30 AM she was "Ok-ish" again. The rest of the night, well, early morning, according to the nurse, she "held her own." I tried to get some rest behind the curtain in Julianne's room and did not hear anything that sounded like an emergency going on.
This morning they are going back into her chest again because she has too much blood accumulating and its starting to compress her lungs. They have to remove some of this blood. The CICU rooms are able to be turned into a sterile operating room, so they didn't have to take her off to another floor again. This process should take no longer than a half hour.
So, that's where we are right now. In the waiting room (you can't stay in the room when they turn it into a sterile operating room) just waiting on word from the medical team. Overall, the surgeon said that everything else went well and he is pleased with how the surgery went. Please continue to pray for our baby girl.
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