Saturday, September 15, 2012

Walking

Happy to see the dogs
We have a correction to make to our last post.  Will is now unable ABLE to walk on his own! We were told that it would likely take time, hard work and physical therapy to enable Will to walk again, but it is now less than 2 days since we got home and Will is already walking around.  He is just a bit unsteady, but he is doing it and we are hopeful it won't be long before he is back to being able to run and play just like before the surgery.   Another good thing is that his appetite is back and his nausea seems to have passed.  Will is eating so much that we are having to feed him snacks in the middle of the night.  We know that he still has a lot of recovery to do, but he is enjoying being home with our dogs and his big brother Jack.

12 comments:

  1. GREAT news! It is so encouraging to hear he can walk and his appetite is back. Hoping and praying things lighten up for all of you real soon. We have a good start!

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  2. cherigreg@windstream.netSeptember 15, 2012 at 10:10 PM

    miraculous! such wonderful news!we will keep the prayers coing!

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  3. So happy to see him home and up and walking...great news...we will be anxious to see more! Thinking of all of you...
    Karen and Jerry

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  4. So encouraging! One day at a time! Will keep the prayers going!

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  5. At mass this morning we heard about "taking up your cross" and living a life of faith. Dan and Kelly you are the best example!!!! I love you guys!!

    -Erin

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  6. Wow what amazing news... What a little soldier! So happy for you all and Keeping you in ourprayers!

    Love kacie

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  7. We'll announce the good news at morning prayer tomorrow, rejoicing and thanking God, but we will continue lifting Will up until there is complete recovery. Blessings on each one of you.

    All of us at "Will's School" ....

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  8. Keep on keepin on! Love hearing all this good news! Keep it comin! Big hugs, the Ondrlas

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  9. GREAT NEWS!!! YOU GO WILL!!! Praying God keeps giving him strength and plenty of room for all the good eats!! Hugs to all!! A special shout out to Jack!!

    Vicky

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  10. Hello Kelly, It's Deidra from Detroit, I met you guys in the waiting room during Will's surgery. I see things are going well with Will (God's working All the time). I pray that he continues to give your family the strength you need. Keep bolgging it's wonderful to watch his recovery!

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  11. Hi Kelly,
    I am Emily Larkin, the SLP in the Park Preschool classroom. I just read everything on here, and I cannot wait to meet Will!! What an amazing little boy! I look forward to meeting you all and working with him in the near future. Until then, I will be thinking of you all and wishing him a speedy recovery.

    Miss Emily
    Emily Larkin, M.A;CCC/SLP

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