Here’s an update on Carver and Gannon and Kramer…
The biopsy was done today. We’ll get results Tuesday or Wednesday. Patience is something we are all working on. Kramer had a good day…likely the best he’s had in a couple weeks.
Now for a story from Kalissa, she writes:
“You may have read Mom’s post yesterday that Carver started crying when he saw a picture of Gannon with all the tubes and wires and tape. That just broke my heart when I heard that.“
“Today I picked Carver up from Grandma Debbie. I flew his door open and the FIRST thing he said to me was “Baby Gannon?” 😭😭He just ADORES his brother. He asked the whole way home when he could see baby Gannon. Here I was all upset because I’m sure he misses his mom and dad but he just really misses his brother.
I told Carver that Gannon was so silly he put tape on his nose! Carver laughed and laughed and said “Silly Gannon!” I told him he was even sillier for putting a sock on his hand! (to cover the IV). Carver brought it up lots of times and said “Silly Gannon!!”
Tonight we video chatted with Craig and Gannon and my Aunt Wendy and cousin Carly who were keeping Craig company at the hospital. Carver saw the tape and the sock and the tubes and wires and he just laughed and said “Silly Gannon!” And then he took his own socks off to put on his hand and went and got a sticker from my mom’s sticker drawer for his nose so he could be just like Gannon
Kalissa is such a quick thinker to ease Carver’s mind and make his scary picture of Gannon into a silly picture. I’ve said she’s an awesome mom and she really is. Both of the boys are so lucky to have her on their team.
We are all hanging in there. We are anxious for news on Gannon and thankful that Kramer had a good day. Little moments with Carver make all of it just a little easier.
As always, thank you for the thoughts, prayers and well wishes. I’m hoping these regular updates aren’t becoming overwhelming or annoying for all of you. I write about what’s on my mind and my family is about all I can think about right now.