Tuesday, April 5, 2011


I just wanted to quickly let you all know that Daylon was able to leave the hospital. Yay! He's still not acting like himself but he has moments throughout the day where he'll take interest in a toy or maybe even smile. I'm hoping that we'll start to see an even bigger improvement in the coming days. He's FINALLY able to open his eyes again for a few moments at a time. Now that I can actually see it, his eyeball isn't in the best shape....well, it hasn't been for the last year, but it's really a mess right now. As far as feeding, he's back down again and I think he's lost more weight. Yesterday, I broke his kidney diet and gave him a few bites of a milkshake. I promised shakes to the kids when we came back from our hike and he just sat there in his chair staring at me with puppy dog eyes. I caved. I was so happy to have him eat calories, I figured the extra protein would be worth it.  I've gotta run. We've got Spring Break (Woo-hoo!) going on here with the kids. More later....


Anonymous said...

We are so glad to hear that Daylon is home. he is in a better place than that crazy hospital to recuperate. He will do better @ home with all the love, care and attention you all give him. He is one tough cookie and so amazing. That's cute that he wanted some milkshake. HJe wants to do what the other kiddos do. He knows what is going on and what tastes good. Hope you and the kids have a great time on Spring Break.
You really need a Spring Break and some rest. Sure hope he starts eating better and gains the weight he needs too. Take Care and Hang in there Baby Daylon, We Love You and you are in our thoughts and many prayers. Hope to see all of you real soon. Give the kids a big hug and kiss from us and let them know we love them and miss them.

All Our Love;

Myrna & dwight CA

Huckleberry said...

Just wanted to let you know that Daylon and your family are in our prayers. I am glad to hear he is back home and improving. Please let us know if there is anything The Corona Fire Family can do to help. Don't hesitate to ask. Stay strong. We love you guys.

John Brown

Mom to Many said...

Yay, I am so glad he is home!
I am so glad he had puppy dog eyes. I am so glad he wants to sample. :o)
Go Daylon!


Anonymous said...

Glad to hear you are all home together for Spring Break. Superman will be back to his old self before you know it. God bless you all.
Bernie from Fontana.

Anonymous said...

Hoping things are going better for Daylon and all of you and that you survived Spring Break. You really have your hands full and are such great people. Hope the kiddos are doing well.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Daylon and all of you. You are such a wonderful family and your children are so beautiful, we really love them. Look forward to seeing all of you real soon. Take Care and remember we are here if you need anything. God Bless All of You. Give the kids a big hug and kiss from us and tell them we love them. Hang in there Superman Daylon you little rascal. WE Love You. We are praying, praying and more praying for you.

All Our Love;
Myrna & Dwight CA

Bella's Blessings said...

Gosh, sorry it's been this long before commenting on this post! Glad to hear you're back home, and we'd love to see you guys whenever... hope you are all well. We miss you!


Just wanted to stop in and tell you I was thinking of you guys! I love all of you and I continue to keep you ALL in my prayers! Hope your all doing well!

Anonymous said...

How is Daylon doing? I miss seeing your posts. I am praying for Daylon and your whole family!


Becky from Texas

Mom to Many said...

Hi Jen,

I too miss hearing from you.
Thought I'd check in with you.

I am sitting here in the quiet. Dishes still on the table from dinner. My oldest hanging out with me.

We have discussing the problems of the day and how to keep going with a good attitude.

One problem solved and three more to replace it...
We decided the Lord is holding the coloring book with the dot to dot in it and we are wanting to connect the dots so that things will workout in our time table. I imagine in my minds eye, my arm reaching over the coloring book scribbling with my crayon without being able to see the page or the dots. All the while he has things well in hand. He is mindful of all of the dots and what needs to happen to connect them.

Learning to have faith,