Monday, April 30, 2007

Extubation attempt set for Tuesday

Isaac's extubation attempt has been moved to Tuesday morning. He's been doing really well but they just had a few more adjustments to make prior to extubation. If they are not successful with this attempt, they will give him a trach on Thursday.

Thank you for your continued prayers for Isaac!

31 comments:

The Figs said...

we'll be praying that the only changes isaac encounters from now til tomorrow's extubation w/b for the good. all of his vitals will remain stable and it'll be God's hands operating a strange work through the physicians', nurses' & all other medical staffs' hands tomorrow morning.

:-) jane

Jenni said...

Praying for a successful extubation.

Julie Miles said...

Patience and Jordan,

Thanks for the latest update on your sweet little boy. Glad to hear he's been stable through the weekend. I'll continue to pray for a successful extubation on Tuesday, without a need for a trach if that's God's will for your little boy. Also, I'm praying you'll get to hold him again very soon! Your strength and trust in the Lord continues to inspire me for our family as we get ready to face this very similar situation in August. You three are in my prayers day and night!

Julie

Anonymous said...

I'm praying for a sucessful extubation tomorrow.

Alli

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the update. I have been earnestly praying for a successful extubation ever since I read about the date, and was anxious to hear if it was done today. I will continue to pray. Nothing is too hard for God,and I will be trusting for a successful outcome.
May the Lord be with all three of you and give you a good night's rest tonight.
Love, Grandma Jordan

Victoria said...

Hang in there Isaac. Still praying for you guys!! Love you!!

dianett said...

Will definately continue praying for little Isaac and you guys. May tomorrow's extubation be a success!

God Bless You!
Dianett & Sam

Jean Ohlerking said...

nothing is too hard for our God...

Laurie said...

Yaws are joining the many prayers for successful extubation tomorrow, soon to be followed by a long sweet session of cuddling for all of you! God is good!!

Laurie, Larry, Jayme and Shannon

Nikki said...

In His word, God is known as the Great Physician and He can do what we as mortals can scarcely understand. May His healing hands be upon your little Isaac tomarrow and may He guide the medical teams hands as they work. Still praying :) Nikki

Anonymous said...

Praying for a successful extubation.

We Love you,
Jim & Carol (C3)

Anonymous said...

Thinking and praying of the 3 of you every day!

Anonymous said...

I have just recently seen this page through a Facebook friend and am inspired by your strength, courage, and trust in the Lord to care for your son. He is an adorible child who has two wonderful God loving parents, that are touching more lives than you may realize. My prayers will be with you and baby Issac as this has been a diffcult road for you all.

Gina Witcher / Runnermom4 said...

Thank you Father for Baby Isaac and what a blessing he and his parents have been to all of us. We have learned and grown so much, along with Jordan and Patience, as we have watched you work miracles in Isaac's life almost in immediate response to our prayers.

We come to you again, Father, to ask you for the miraculous. We pray, just as my 3 year old daughter prayed tonight at the dinner table with no prompting whatsoever, "Jesus we pray that Baby Isaac will be able to breath by himself"... We pray that Your presence would once again flood the halls of that Chapel Hill hospital and everyone would stand in awe of you and your people when they pray.

We pray for all the details you know need to happen inside his little body for this extubation to be successful. We pray he would not have to have a trach, but we pray for Your will to be done for him to progress forward.

We love you Jesus! You are so awesome! We know you have this moment in your hands.

Anonymous said...

Along with the other members of the body of Christ, we will be praying for sweet little Isaac.

kim roof said...

I pray for a successful extubation and con't improvement in Isaac's breathing. I pray that tommorrow you may hear your sweet boys voice however soft it may be. GOOD LUCK AND GOD BLESS. Be strong Isaac You can do it!!!!

Terri said...

Jordan, Patience, and Isaac,

We are continuing to pray for you here in Angier. We also attend C3. What an amazing testimony your faith is! We know God has a plan in this and we are begging for healing for Isaac, and strength and peace for you two. God bless you! Chris and Terri Roy and family

Anonymous said...

Praying for a successful extubation, and no need for a trach. Lord we ask that you show us you loving work in little Isaac. He is strong because of you, and we all have seen the miracles you have blessed him with so far. Lord guide the medical team with Your Grace and loving touch. Bless the Leino's tonight with peace and rest.
Pam,
Chesapeake, Va.

Anonymous said...

We are praying for success.

Steven & Kristina

Tonette said...

he is such a fighter I am still praying God's not finished with him
he has a plan for this little guy.

Marilou Derechinsky said...

Praying for Isaac this morning....from the New Hope Chapel family & friends in Maryland.


And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.
-- Philippians 4:19

Becky Wyatt said...

Still praying all the time. Our church family is always asking about Isaac. We are all trusting the Lord for a complete healing!

Anonymous said...

Continuing to pray against the trach and for the extubation to be a complete success.

Praying also that Isaac will be well enough to be home for Mother's Day.

Rebecca VanderWerff

Anonymous said...

Amen to that prayer!

What a wonderful gift that would be for Patience. Let's all begin to pray that Isaac will be home in his crib in Clayton on Mother's Day!

To God be the glory.

Anonymous said...

thank you for sharing your intimate journey. What an impact this beautiful boy has had on our lives! Interceding for you today...

Anonymous said...

We continue to pray for God's will in the life of your precious child. Your enduring faith throughout this tremendous time of trial and testing is truly an inspiration to many. We continually lift you and your child up to the Great Healer and pray that he will not only bring healing but also peace. know that you are loved.

Anonymous said...

keeping the faith that Isaac was successfully extubated today. my prayers are with him all the time, and you too mom and dad. he is so precious and i can't wait to take care of him at church one day in the nursery. God Bless you all.

Good seeing you again Sunday Jordan. Looking forward to seeing Patience on stage again as well and Baby Isaac watching.

A Friend at LU said...

I stopped to check your blog today in a meeting at work. Another woman in the meeting asked me what I was checking and I told her that I was following a blog about a baby with some severe health issues. She said "OH Is it baby Isaac?" It turns out her entire office has been praying for him too!! And my mom has many students here praying as well. We'll join the prayer that he could be home for Mother's Day!!

Anonymous said...

I've been thinking and praying about Isaac all day. I've been running to check the blog throughout most of the day. I keep praying that today was a successful extubation.

Alli Tiner

Anonymous said...

I'm praying that everything went the way it was supposed to today. I've been praying for Isaac all day.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the wonderful pictures of sweet baby Isaac. He will be in my prayers as always and especially on Thursday for his operation. He is a fighter and he has God on his side so how can he lose!
God be with you all
Laura