2.27.2013

Capiche

Asthma
2nd of many

Asthma
facetime phone calls

Asthma
finally asleep

Asthma
in her room

Asthma
feeling better

Asthma
playroom

Asthma
napping while being discharged

Asthma
the new routine

When your little one can't breath...
it is one of the scariest moments of your life.
There is nothing you can do.

Having to stay behind while daddy takes her to the ER...
that was one of the hardest. 

Eva has asthma.
And she decided to go all out when letting us know.

Dear Eva Monster...
You may never, ever do this again.
Capiche?


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12 comments:

Lori Kowalski said...

Very scary. Prayers for you all. Glad she's home.

Sandra Kohlmann said...

That sounds scary and overwhelming. I'm glad that the diagnosis is asthma and not something worse/less treatable. I hope life is back to normal asap. Take care!

Adrienne said...

Honestly, can't really imagine. I'm glad she's in such strong, loving mommy and daddy hands. More hugs.

tinajo said...

Poor sweetie, hope it doesn´t happen again for a LONG time!

Olivia Grace said...

Oh, poor baby!! Praying for a speedy recovery for your beautiful girl!! I can't imagine how hard this must be for yall!

Emily S said...

How scary!

Stephanie said...

Sending many thoughts and prayers your way. Hoping that everything gets under control quickly!

Susan said...

Awww, poor little one. And poor mama! Hope she breaths a little easier from now on.

Kelly said...

This made me tear up again because I can't even imagine how scary that must have been for you guys. I am glad she is in the clear now and you know what to do and how to handle it if she has an attack in the future!

Erin said...

Oh my gosh, how horrifying!! Hope things are going okay with the treatment.

Julia said...

I was hoping you'd do a post about this after seeing IG. So so so scary. I hope she listened.

Hanna said...

Oh my goodness - that is scary! Sending prayers for your beautiful little one.

My Aaron hasn't been diagnosed with Asthma, but I fear the day is coming. His poor little lungs have to work so hard sometimes and we're always doing breathing treatments. His daddy had asthma as a kid, too.