Two weeks ago, our son Simon was struggling to breathe. His oxygen levels were reading at 50-60% and Clark was sure our pulse oximeter must be getting a bad read. But it was measuring true.
God continues to be faithful. Read to the end for two exciting updates!
Some Christmas thoughts and an update on the ventilators!
All I want for Christmas is a Maquet Servo-i Ventilator with the Pediatric package...
Strikes. COVID. Overwhelming patient numbers. Death. In the face of this, how shall we give thanks?
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2. I am still processing the deep griefs and unexpected joys God has worked through this COVID19 causing virus. I am not ready to write about them.
“Can we take these home?” our three-year old daughter Hannah asks me.
“Sure bubs. We are home.”
“No. Home to Keennnnnnnya!”
A review in pictures
This week was hard.
We didn’t know what to expect. There are many aspects of culture you can learn and assimilate through careful observation. However, the details behind giving birth in Bomet, Kenya were not easily discernible for Clark or me who are decidedly non-obstetric in our medical practices. So, when we found out we were pregnant while studying … Continue reading A Birth Abroad