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October 15, 2007

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Bouncy is good. Good to read, and probably even better to see, especially when the bouncing happens within the confines of that place called home.

I've been thinking about all of you, particularly Kathryn. "Bouncy" is such a wonderful word to describe a little one who has experienced scary episodes! I'm praying that God will strongly wrap Kathryn, sisters and Mom/Dad in healing and goodness.

I rarely comment, but I daily laugh with and frequently pray for your precious family. As a fellow mom, I'm with you in thoughts, written words and prayers. It's a wonderful blessing (ok, occasionally a real pain) to parent children...But we wouldn't trade it ...!

Blessings to your family - Lynne B.

bouncy trouncy flouncy pouncy, fun fun fun fun fun?

I was starting to get really worried, so thanks for the encouraging update :)

Hello, I have never posted before, but I have been a reader for a very long time.

I fell when I was 2 and had similar problems, The end result was completly different. But Seeing the Little Picture of Kathryn looks alot like what I did when I was in hospital. I feel for you and Pray for you. From what I read Kathryn seems way strong. Blessed be to your family. Things like this can only make you stronger.
Love and light.
Mandy

Bouncy is a fantastic word to read. I'm thrilled and very relieved to read it in description of Kathryn home from the hospital. She's a great sport allowing you to take a picture of her like that. May she and the twins always be bouncy.

OMG, I love the picture! Kathryn looks like she's taking the whole situation in stride.

Thank you for sharing this experience with all of us. :-)

Delurking to send each of you my best. I can only imagine how difficult it is to have a child going through something like this. Thank goodness for a diagnosis, though. For some reason, giving a name to it makes it better, doesn't it? Sure, a small consolation, but a consolation all the same.

Praying for all of you!

Jim

I can't even imagine what you went through and how very scary it must've felt. I am glad that it is not as serious as it could've been. Your family will be in my prayers.

Glad to hear Kathryn's home and doing bouncily. I'll just be over here refreshing madly to check for updates.

Glad to read everything's OK and she's back home.

The masthead is hysterical (I mean, in the context of terrifying medical scares, it's hysterical).

Has Kathryn considered the place of nodes and wires in her Halloween plans? Medusa, maybe? Or a cyborg of some kind?

Dude, Kathryn is going to be SO mad at you for posting that masthead!

Precious Kathryn and family:

So happy to read latest update. Prayers are floating all over Houston for all of you.

Your family was in my prayers the night I read about Kathryn's seisure. I was then relieved last night when I read she was kicking your ass at cards. But I only let my breath out today,when I saw your new banner photo of her. She looks happy, bouncing back in that way little kids do. I am so, so thankful that your little girl is getting the help she needs. Keep your chin up, Dad.

I feel you. I have held my younger son, and my first granddaughter with all of those thingies on their heads. Seizures are terrifying, as are all of the procedures done in hospitals to determine the cause of same. Yeck.

Thank God Kathryn is bouncy again! Thanks for the update. Your family is in my prayers. I read here all the time and grieved for you when I read about the seizure and the terrible drive to the hospital. And the sleeplessness. And the waiting.

*offers hugs to the whole family*

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