If perfect healing means heaven, we trust you Father God. We know you are merciful. Tonight we abide & rest under the shadow of the Almighty knowing, Kya and her family are covered by your wings…
Update from Tracy:
Hello to all
I wanted to send out a quick update as I grab a bite to eat.
During the night, Kya was not well as she has developed several infections and is battling a fever off and on. Her body is in shut down mode again and now it is more than just her heart failing. Transplant is not an option any more with her other organs in such distress and her body struggling with infections. She is under heavy sedation as we are attempting to keep her comfortable until daddy and her bebas can join us. We have started the process of unhooking her from all the nonessential tubes in hopes of making her a little more comfy. Her levels are very touchy. Blood pressure is way low, o2 levels jump from 90’s to 40’s, her extremities are very cold even though she is sometimes burning up with fever. When she is agitated, her heart rate jumps to 180 and then down to the 70’s. Her kidney and brain functions plummet from mid 50’s (which is already not good) to the mid teen levels. She is fighting but now the fight has turned from fighting to stay alive to fighting to let go. We are unable to bring her out of full sedation at this time. The nurses and staff have cried with me during these last few difficult days. They are doing everything they can to keep Kya comfy. Once she is unhooked from other tubes sometime on Monday, they will make it possible for us to hold her, climb into bed and cuddle with her and let her pass while in our arms. Right now it is unsure how quickly she would go once things are reduced, so it could be anywhere from a few minutes to a week or so. We just want her to be comfy in that time and we want to be with her, holding our baby bear as she moves from this life into perfect healing and safety in the arms of Christ.
Much love to all and thank you for your prayers
These pictures made me laugh & cry tonight. I love the looks each of these sweet girls are giving…Both clutching & protecting their snacks. The first times our family got to see Kya smile were precious. We were amazed at what Tracy’s love & care had done for this very sick little girl. I remember Tracy saying “I have to try”
God’s Kingdom needs mores servants with this type of attitude. One willing to take the hardest of paths….willing to be the hands and feet of Jesus, facing pain, giving all for the sake of the forgotten & weak.
It’s what He did. I’ve seen His beauty in you Tracy. For this, I thank you. We all thank you.
Cindy & family