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Sunday, January 08, 2006

Jeffrey's First Night

Here’s some picture’s from Jeffrey’s first night in the NICU. He looks like a bit of a lobster boy. They hope to be able to take the breathing tube out today, and maybe even let us hold him very soon. His prognosis is very good right now. If all goes well, we will try to give him breast milk through a feeding tube by the end of the week.
Grandma and Grandpap are going to bring in a Terrible Towel for his isolette so that he can cheer for the Steelers today.

Update: Jeffrey leads the Steelers to victory over the Bengals with his Terrible Towel. Grandpap says, "One for the thumb!"


Anonymous said...

CONGRATULATIONS!! Scary to hear little Jeffrey's first days came so early, but excited they have gone so well !! Best wishes on your first few month's of sleeplessness ! Marc Atkinson

Ron Buckman said...

Brian and Dani, Wow -- what a surprise! Glad to hear all is well and that everyone is healthy. Have fun and enjoy. Hang on -- the ride is just beginning.
-- Ron Buckman

Anonymous said...

CONGRATULATIONS! So happy for thoughts and well wishes for speedy recoveries and progress! He's just precious.

(Don't be fooled by his size, he's just storing up energy and studying your weaknesses :)


Anonymous said...

Hi! Quite the edge-of-your-seat story. I'm very glad your son is here and learning to "fight the good fight", but where's his PDA?


Brian Meehan said...

Thanks everyone. I'll post more details today. He's still doing very well.

the Other Linda said...

Hi Ma and Pa Meehan! What a nice surprise first thing on a Monday morning to hear about the good (and unexpected) news! Thanks for sharing. God Bless you all.

--> Linda S.