Thursday, August 22, 2013

Super quick update.

Wyatt is struggling a lot this week. We've watched as his oxygen saturations have dropped and his heart reaching only 30 some beats per minute at times. He's very sleepy. He's very weak. Right now he is on 10L of oxygen. That's the highest amount that our high flow concentrator will put out. At his request, he is wearing the nasal cannula.

He could use some mighty super powered prayers of comfort and peace and whatever else you may want to throw in there. Thank you.

I will update more soon.
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6 comments:

  1. Oh, God, please

    I don't know what

    just

    Please.

    Help them. Carry them. Cover them.

    Please,

    Cathy in Missouri

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  2. Tiffany - Los AngelesAugust 22, 2013 at 2:20 PM

    Please know there are people out here reading your updates (that never comment) but have Wyatt and your family in our thoughts. Peace be with you.

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  3. Stay strong sweet boy and keep fighting! Sending your family lots of prayers from the west coast...

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  4. I pray for your family whom I've followed the last few years. It is always so hard on those left behind. But as Wyatt sleeps I pray that the Mito kids that have passed before him are calling to him and showing him how wonderful it is to play forever in their newly healed bodies. I'm confident that Heavenly Father has Wyatt on his lap now and he feels safe and happy and filled w a love that we have yet to know.

    Take care of yourself and tge girls right now and know that Wyatt is now with the utmost caretaker.

    Peace.

    The Grady Family

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  5. Lord, I pray over Wyatt right now that you would help him rest. Bring comfort and rest to his body and soul. Fill the Destephano home with peace-a peace only You can give. In Jesus' name. Amen.

    Continuing to pray.

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  6. So many people known and unknown to your family pray for Wyatt. I hope he is brought peace and comfort because that is what he deserves.

    A loss for more words but never a loss for love.
    Rebecca and family

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