Friday, October 8, 2010

So far so Good! :)

WOW!! It has been a while since I have updated. SO much has happened...but Ill just try to keep it to the basics.
First I'll talk about health related issues: Kyler is doing great! He is being weaned off of his immune suppresants and is down to 2 meds during the week and 4 on the weekend (still has Bactrim and Zofran on wknd). The results from his immune tests were MUCH better than they were 3 months ago. Still not 100% but MUCH better :) Everything else seems to be moving right along perfectly. Its amazing to see my little boy with 400K platelets. He can play as rough as he wants and I dont have to worry as much.
Now..The Fun info ...He is growing up soo fast and he is soo funny!! He is learning to say the most hilarious stuff!! He is almost walking...He gets excited and starts running and falls down. He is doing great though pushing his little push and walk toy. He is still just as amazing as ever!! I am soo proud of him and love him so much!!
Other than that there isnt much else...well, there is..but I said I was keeping it short! I could talk about my sweet little man ALL day!! :) He keeps us laughing!! I am going to attempt to include a photo..There are TONS so I am going to just pick a good one (Well, to mommy they are ALL good :) )


  1. Hi Jill,
    Thanks for the update! So good to hear your little man is doing great and keeping mommy in 7th heaven of delight.
    It has been a long while since we had a picture and it is so good to see him so grown up! Have a wonderful time with your big guy and hope that he gets off all meds soon.


  2. Wonderful to hear that he's doing so well and that you are able to relish in some 'normal' parenting having a little free-roaming madman running/falling about.

    400K! I am so jealous...

  3. Yes, that update took way too long! I'm so happy to hear the good news about his health. He will be off the meds in no time! Good bye WAS! Hello normal life!

  4. Dear Jill.
    excuse my English, I'm from Denmark:) I have read a little of your blog about your son's illness. It must have been a tough time for you! I know how hard a disease it is: (I got diagnosed Wiscott Aldrich syndrome in 2007, and was scared to hear how great an impact the disease can have. We have decided to get fertility treatment, to ensure that our future children will inherit this illness from me.
    But am glad to hear how well your son has it now and hope the best for you now:)
    Best regards, Dorthe