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Monday, September 15, 2014
When we talked to her GI dr. here at Primary Childrens, he made us feel so incredibly much better!! I swear that man is heaven sent and a miracle worker. He told us that he felt like we made the right choice. He said he's never lost a patient because of no IV access site. He said he was really encourage by Bree's oral eating, thinks she'll thrive that way, and is interested to see how it all works out. He's told us numerous times that he's a new boat with us. He's never had a patient that has as much duodenum as she does... duodenum is the first part of small intestine. He also told us too that he wants us to slowly introduce her allergy foods (milk, egg, and peanut). Which I can tell you, she is outgrowing her milk allergy. We see the allergist tomorrow and it'll be an interesting appointment I think.
Bree is doing remarkably well! In fact ... in the last week, we have gotten her to gain 0.4 kg (which is like just over a pound). Breeann can down a whole 8.5 oz can of vienna sausages (thank you Brian and Tawnya for introducing them!!!). She is happy, developing, and sassy as ever!
We cannot thank enough our family and friends who went through that horrible 2-3 weeks with us. They have always been our angels on earth and been there through it all with us. We are so incredibly blessed and grateful for each and every single one of you. Even if we aren't the greatest at expressing it, we do notice and appreciate it more then you can know.