As we went into the NICU with the medical team we immediately notice that Sawyer was not doing nearly as well as his "Older" sister. Only getting to see his sweet little face for less then 30 seconds the NICU nurses and Respiratory Therapists started working with him to try and regulate his breathing.
Lastly a special note to Jeremy, Raylene's husband. What an incredible man, he is what so many should aspire to be. A dedicated husband, father and friend. He's been so supportive since day one and has helped us all through this with his compassion and witty humour. He's always great at bring the lighter side out on any situation. During Raylene's Labor he's rubbing her feet, feeding her ice, giving her loving and encouraging words. When our kids were born he came in to the NICU shortly after we did, gave us a huge hug and said "Congrats Daddies". He looked down on our children with love in his eyes and we could see that special bond him and his family will forever have with our little babes. So Jeremy we thank you for everything you have done and for supporting us all ever step of the way.
Another post to follow on our last visit with the kids and a special post to Raylene and Lisa!
(Still running on little sleep, brain cannot process editing at the moment, sorry for the grammar lol)
Chat soon my friends.....