Monday, December 20, 2010

Monday

We talked to the neurosurgery team this morning after their tumor board meeting.  They are planning to do a biopsy of her tumor on Wednesday morning, and hopefully she will be ready to go home on Christmas Eve.  Results should be available early next week, which will give us more infomation about what kind of tumor we are dealing with and what options we may have.  She is resting and acting her normal, feisty self, which is the most comforting.  More to come.

9 comments:

Sheila said...

Praying for your beautiful Scarlett.

Miss Manners I'm Not said...

Our family is hoping Scarlett Grace is home in time for Christmas. Such a small little girl is touching everyone's heart over here.

kristyn said...

My prayers are with you and your family. Our little girl, Rosalyn, born 10/20/10 had to have surgery at 3 1/2 weeks. It was tough but she was a strong little lady. Best of luck to your little angel :)

Anonymous said...

Praying for your darling little girl here in Alaska. I admire your courage to share your struggle. Thank you for reaching out to others, it reminds us that no one has to go through anything alone. In Christian Love!

Anonymous said...

God bless you. I had posted a comment on your baby center forum and decided to follow this as well because your story has really touched my heart. I'm going to put in a prayer request at my church, anything is possible.

Christine said...

I commend you for your courage to share your family's struggle. I commented on your babycenter post. I will keep your family in my prayers.

Sandy said...
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Sandy said...

Brandi, I am so sorry to hear this scary news about Scarlett. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Chris.

moishe kahan said...

Having lost 3 young uncles & 3 cousins my heart goes out for you,

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