Ok, I know all you lovely people would like an update and you deserve one but honestly Christina and I are pretty much running on fumes so we have pared down to the bare necessities. You will get good blog posts in the future about this whole adventure because we have had some experiences, let me tell you. Like lights and sirens through Kampala during rush hour traffic?! Being delivered to the runway of an international airport in an ambulance?!
It was a very, very long day yesterday but the great news is Izaac is sleeping soundly now. He is also at his wit's end. Last night in the ER he kept telling the Dr."I can't." As in- Dr: "Can you stick your tongue out and say ahhhh?" "I can't." You get the idea. Poor kid has been through the ringer. But we met his new Dr. last night. She hasn't rounded yet this morning (it is still 6:30) but she is looking at all of this with fresh eyes and we are very hopeful. Unfortunately, I expect today will be a day full of tests so we need to pray for endurance for Izaac (and fortitude for his mother. It is a terrible feeling to hold down your screaming child while they draw blood or give IV meds.)
Anyway, internet is too limited for pictures or too much more but we will see what we can do today to get more access. We are finding that our Ugandan phones will connect but at very diminished capacity. So I will apologize for the decreased communication and do the best we can. Thanks!!!!