We're off to the hospital soon. Frank called last night around 11 and said they stuck a tube through the top of his lip and out through the bottom of his chin to drain the infection out! Makes me shudder to think about it! He was waiting for pain meds so he could get some sleep. Keep him in your prayers that he is not in pain today. Keep Kenn in your prayers that her surgery goes well. She'll be having her line replaced and a spinal tap. She is NOT going to be happy that line is back in! I'll update tonight from our room and let you all know where we are and how she's doing. I am thankful... that Kennedy doesn't have this staph infection too! And I am thankful for good friends who are willing to help out with Kass and Kam when we need them.
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Welcome to my blog where I take on day to day life with my five amazing children: Kassidy, Kameron, Kennedy, Keeghan & Kellsey, and a husband in the Military. Join us as we face issues with Down syndrome, Leukemia, Deployments, and every day life with 5 young kids! You'll be in for the ride of your life!
My name is Renee, I am 34 years old, I am married to the Army... oh wait I mean I'm married to a Soldier, my hero. Same thing right? I am a misplaced Californian who lives in Colorado by way of Tennessee. I am a mini-van driving soccer mom... I always knew I would be! I am blessed to be able to stay home with my 5 amazing kids. Kassidy: my beautiful, too smart for her own good, funny, dramatic 13 year old who is starting her teen years with grace. Kameron: My high strung, smart, artistic, creative, silly, sometimes mysterious 11 year old who loves musical theater and acting. My 8 year old diva, Kennedy: who will most often be found dancing or dreaming of Justin Bieber. She's destined for the stars! Keeghan: my crazy, funny, silly, handsome 5 year old monkey who loves to ask me a million questions all day long; and our 6 year old Ukrainian Princess Kellsey who is finding her way in the world as she battles Reactive Attachment Disorder. Our goal for her is to make sure she knows she is always loved, wherever that may take her... I'm so incredibly blessed.