Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Lucky shirt :)

Last night was pretty uneventful. He fell asleep after his midnight dose of clonadine and ativan. They are monitoring the drain to see what pressure they will put the shunt when that time comes. He goes to CT this morning and will probably get his hearing test today. We are going to increase how much time he has his wrist splints on because he his still posturing his arms. So far the Cerebral spinal fluid that they sampled in the OR has not grown any organism. I'll post more later when I get the results.


Anonymous said...

I am so excited that he cried!! Mom was so excited when she called. How cute to see his little lip pout up. Another good day today!!

Love ya,

Anonymous said...

Crying babies is a good thing! We in Erie, PA are still praying for you and your little guy. Thanks so much for allowing us (complete strangers at that!!!) access to updates on your amazing son. He is a gift from God and you two are amazingly strong parents. Remember to take care of yourselves and each other during this stressful time.

God bless you all,
From people who care in PA

LexiandGriffinsTaxi said...

I found Charlie Cooper's blog on my friend Megan's (Alyvia's mom) blog. I just wanted you to know that he has touched my family's heart and that he and your family are in our prayers daily. Have you set up a donation account at any banks yet? If you have, could you please put that information on your blog?
Love and prayers,
The Dance Family

Anonymous said...

Must be Angel posting the pic and titling the post!! :-)

Anonymous said...

Rob thanks so much for allowing me to help you and sam with charlie's pt tuesday night. Thanks for being so kind to think of me during your crisis and offering to give me a blessing before my surgery. I didnt understand what you said in the blessing until the doctor talked to me last night. Charlie is so lucky to have a dad that's so intune to the sprit. Teri and I prayed and fasted yesterday that everything would go well during the surgery. I am so thankful for the Charlie's cry - that is awesome. You've got extra help in that hospital room from Marion, Marge and the 3 Charlies that Jack Jack is named after. Thanks for your comments on my cell phone they took it away before i even went in to the O.R. and didnt give it back to me till this morning. THANKS I LOVE YOU GUYS!!! CHADSKI

whitney said...

Red is such a bright and uplifting, healthy color! Charlie looks great in red.

Aubre said...

i am almost positive that old horrible shirt wll not do a dang thing he looks so much better in dark navy blue. Just rember 10-17 or 33-31 :-) (it still brings tears to my eyes just to think about those numbers)

Troy said...

Thats a great idea! Get him a Utah State Aggie Shirt! Or did someone else start wearing dark navy blue in the last couple years? Aubre you may want to get grab a tissue or two cus the number 53-33-4 might make you weap! I'm just glad the Prophet is still a Ute. :) hey its all in good fun right Aubre? ;)

Ill never forget meeting rob in the 7th grade boys choir class (we were both tenors). I asked him what kind of music he liked? He said "ehh none, the only song I know is Rise and Shout" We had a stare down, then started making fun of those geeky boys who had the low voices and the rest was history with figure eights!