Monday, October 22, 2007

Tickets Purchased

Its official. We're transferring to Ochsner Hospital in New Orleans on Wednesday. We're flying on a commercial flight and will arrive early Wednesday evening. Then, we'll go straight to Ochsner and get admitted. When Dr. Breitbart called our New Orleans cardiologist today and told him about Julianne's feeding problems he said he just happened to be riding in the car with the doctor who is a specialist when it comes to feeding issues.

We should get Julianne's feeding pump tomorrow. So, we'll learn how to use it to give her feeds and her medications.

Julianne also has a pediatrician now! He wasn't accepting new patients but the lady I spoke with said she'd ask the doctor after I informed her of our situation and that one of his colleagues referred us. He said he would take us.

I'm not sure how long we'll be at Ochsner. I'll let you all know when we know. :)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's FANTASTIC news!!!! We can't wait to see ya!!!!

Luv

A. Stac

Anonymous said...

We know you must be so excited to be coming home with that beautiful baby! Praise God for His tender mercies
Ernie and Carlette B

Anonymous said...

Hallelujah! Praying for safe travels, sherry and paul z

Anonymous said...

That's great news!!!
The video is sooo cute!!!
it's like she was really trying to tell you something!!!
I can't wait to see you guys!!!
<3 Kirstin

Matthew Hughes said...

Awesome! Congrats! We are all rootin for you guys here in the office! We wanna come see you when you get here and are available. Kent, wanna play guitar at Fall fest?????? :)

Anonymous said...

I think a Muffalette sandwich or an Oyster po-Boy will fix those feeding problems!

Very happy to hear you are coming home.

Love you all, Uncle Jake

suzette said...

"PRAISE GOD FROM WHOM BLESSINGS FLOW"!
I can't wait to see the happy family!!

I love you all and will pray for a safe trip home:)

Love

Aunt\Great Aunt Suzette

Julie Miles said...

What great news - Praise the Lord that you're going home at last! Praying for a good last day in Boston and a safe flight home to the new hospital.

Anonymous said...

WooHoo! Will begin praying for an easy and uneventful trip! What time will you leave for the airport? If I don't get an answeron the blog, I will just start when we wake up tomorrow. Thanking God for his provisions of doctors and Julianne's improvement. I hope you can come to Zachary for one of the holidays. What a blessing...

Love,
Kelley O