Friday, January 15, 2010

9:30 PM (Posted by Lizzie)

Dr. VanderWerf and Dr. Meyers have come into the waiting room to tell us that all is well. We should see her in about an hour in the PICU. She has overcome her biggest of all hurdles with many more to come. Hopefully they will be smaller and smaller bumps as time goes by. I will give more info and details later as we are now preparing to see our sweet LuLu who no longer needs a new liver. It's really weird to be able to say that.

Thank you God. Thank you medical miracle workers. Thank you donor Angel and donor family. Thank you friends, family and strangers for your love and support. Thank you London for being so brave and strong and for making us ALL better human beings. All my love sweet baby.

22 comments:

Brock and Lisa McKeown said...

That's great news, go give that little girl some love!!!!!!

Carli said...

yay! I have been thinking about you guys all day and checking back often. I am so happy for london!

A and B Circus said...

Thanks for the updates...I will continue to check them throughout the night. Love you all!

Love,
Ben

Dibbers said...

What an amazing miracle. I am so happy and excited for Lulu's healthy life to begin!

Bryant said...

What great news!! What a strong little girl. It's amazing what can be done with modern medicine.

McCall said...

YAY!!

Dale Rex said...

Lulu has truly made me a better person. A better father, husband, and friend. We are excited to see her grow. We love you guys.

Ryan*Kendra*Kenz said...

wow... what a long day for you all. i have been thinking about you so much lately. I hear about you through a friend. I just wanted to tell you im sending my love. my little girl became a donor last month- i hope what we could donate when to a sweet family and sweet children like yours. i hope she saved someone. thank you for keeping us updated. i cant stop checking in. Your an amazing family and so very strong.

Dale and Tabitha said...

That is such great news. What a brave little girl! Thank you Lulu for teaching me to love my little James and Lincoln more. And to not sweat the little things. I will never forget today. Thank you Badgers for your amazing testimony and for the knowledge of Organ Donation. I love you guys and will be there for the rest of the journey of Lulu's long life....maybe relatives one day.

I am so happy that you are able to see London soon. Miracles happen every day!

TPoirot said...

Yahoo! Sweet baby LuLu you're SO strong...this is the best news!!! I feel peace knowing that she is now in recovery~ I will continue to pray for you both on road ahead...MUAH!!!

Rogers Neighborhood said...

Oh I am so so happy. I am praying for Lulu and you all continuously. Give LuLu kisses from me.

Traci said...

Saw your blog on another Murray-ite's blog and have been following your updates (and getting teary-eyed at work!)-you've been in our thoughts and prayers. Our family was also blessed by organ donation... Here's to hoping for a speedy recovery and a happy and healthy family!
Traci and Spencer sutherland

Sarah said...

yay, lulu, yay! i will continue to pray that her recovery goes well, and that her precious little body grows strong with it's new healthy liver. thank you! thank you, donor family!!

Anonymous said...

All I know is that this day is a miracle and so beautiful and you deserve it. After all that you have been through, you deserve the best day ever. I pray that from this day forward, Lulu will be healthy and happy. She is a blessing in your life. In so many of our lives. You guys are such a wonderful family! I truly hope that the best is yet to be for you all. What an amazing story and tragedy to overcome. What an example of hope for us all you are. I only wish that we could be there first hand to experience the joy with you all. God speed! And may God send his angels to watch over all of you!

JP said...

It's so great to wake up and hear this good news. I hope all continues to go well. I'm sure many "happy" tears will be shed now and as she keeps jumping over the smaller hurdles ahead. What a fighter! What a wonderful sacrifice from the angel donor.

Karen said...

Thank you,Jesus, for guiding everyone involved in Lulu's care. May she continue to get better and grow into a beautiful young girl.

Anonymous said...

What wonderful news to wake up to! You are truly blessed. What an awesome miracle in your lives.Lu Lu has many angels watching over her, what a lucky girl. Thanks for sharing your updates. I know the rest of the updates will be good ones.
Much love to you all.
Jim and Rhea

Jason and Holly said...

I love how Jason thought I was nuts as I walked into our room last night bawling, but then when I told him your story, I could see little tears in his eyes. I think because we have kids the same ages as yours, it really hits home and you can relate. I'm just so happy to wake up to happy news.

ALL 4 DYETS said...

YAY! I am so happy to hear your great news! I have been thinking of Lu lu and your family for days and praying for miracles to bestowed upon you. Thank you again for sharing this with us, it has truly touched my heart.

Steph Dyet

Ally Cox said...

YAY! That is such amazing news and an absolute miracle! My thoughts and prayers are still with Lulu and your family in the hopes that she makes a fast recovery!

Trent and Brooke Starr said...

Liz, I am so glad it is working out so well! I wanted to let you know that my 2 girls (5 and 7) have been praying for "baby LuLu" and asking me for updates often. What a special little girl to captivate so many people from afar! We will keep praying and hoping that she will continue to do just as anyone can hope and better! Brooke :)

Josie said...

Badjer Family,
I am so happy for you guy's to have got your sweet baby a new liver . Hopefully the road ahead will be so much smoother. We love you guy's and are praying for you constantly. Josie

 

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