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Thursday, May 13, 2010


So the response to have everyone's emails to get them on the 'invite' list to make Caleb's blog private has been so so so heartwarming. Thank you again for wanting to check in on Caleb and his continued achievements. The limit of invities I can send out is 100, and I am going to hit that limit. SO.........now what to do, what to do.....I am NOT going to not invite anyone due to lack of space. So now I have to consider whether to move his blog to a site, such as WordPress and pay a monthly fee for a host site so it can be password protected OR stay here and just moderate the comments. Oh what to do. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

Also, on the cold front. Caleb has been feeling pretty crummy this week. We have kept the fever away (knock on wood), but this morning the congestion is moving and he has one heck of a cough. I knew even before I called the doctor that he was going to need an antibiotic and breathing treatments and sure enough, that is what the doctor ordered. So hopefully the meds in combo with his immune system (come on immune system) will fight off this bug.

Caleb is schedule for his next round of immunizations on Monday, but not sure if he will be getting those with this cold or not, we shall see. Also, the blood draw to check Caleb's calcium is scheduled for the 20th. If the results come back fine, Caleb won't need the supplement of Calcium and Vitamin D to control his hypoparathyroid and hypocalcemia. How exciting is that?

We are continuing to watch that g-tube. I really hope and pray that hole closes up so he doesn't need surgery. That surgery would be evasive and would require him to get a nasal feeding tube for 24 hrs, which is something that could possibly hurt all his strides at getting over his oral aversions. So, come on g-tube hole close already!

Well, I am off to get meds from the store and to go pick up nebulizer tubing. I hope everyone has a great day!

God Bless you all!!

God Bless Caleb!!


Crystal M. said...

I hope Caleb begins to feel better and I you do whatever you feel you need to do to make u feel better about your privacy.
Crystal and Eva

Neurotic Atty said...

Lurker here. I think I originally found your blog through Mighty Max and then saw you in Jenny's list of daily reads. Anyway, you're in my blog feed now, and though I admit that I'd fallen behind in the last couple of months, I really hate to read all this.

I'm sorry that you have received ugly comments that have forced you to have to make this decision. I guess I will never understand what makes people want to be mean and cowardly, especially in cases like your blog where you're telling such a wonderful story. If you have to make your blog private (which I recently did with my own), I will miss it, but I will still be thinking of you all the same.

Caleb has come so far, and that is so wonderful! I just can't fathom why someone would try to spoil that. Because I'm certain you are too kind to say it yourself, I will say it: The Anonymous Commenter(s) can suck my big toe!

Tammy Kruse said...

Hi Sarah, I will be the first to admit that I don't know a thing about password protecting blogs or creating a blog. Keeping that in mind, would it be to much work to create and write your blog then copy and paste into a duplicate blog? All would be password protected without paying a monthly fee plus you wouldn't have to deal with comments from people who are loony and miserable. Just a thought. Hope this finds you and your family happy and healthy.