Monday, February 13, 2012

Sweet Olivia

Thanks to all of you for keeping Olivia in your prayers! It means so much to know others are praying with you in times of crisis.
Olivia went for a ride in a wheel chair yesterday. In the afternoon she had a little set back and was given morphine again for pain.
Late evening she ate some and took a few steps.

With the three hour time difference I have not gotten a further update this morning!

Our daughter Andrea and Olivia.
I was e-mailed the pictures of the tumor and it's unbelievable that it was inside this small child.
Teratoma is the Greek word for Monster tumor. They are usually benign. We haven't heard any further news from pathology dept.
Thanks again for all your prayers. As Psalm 46:1 says, God is our refuge and
strength, a very present help in trouble.


Walking on Sunshine... said...

So happy to see her pretty smile! I hope the pain becomes less and less for her! What a name for a tumor and to be in such a pretty little girl! Enjoy your day Rose!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I am praying that today is a much better day for her!

Carol said...

A smile on her face & mom's is a great sign! Praying for a good day.


Suzy said...

I'll be sure to lift Olivia and all of her family (that includes you!) up to the Lord. Wonderful verse out of Psalms that you're claiming!

Sue said...

Oh Rose,I have been away from my computer and didn't know about Olivia. I will be praying for her and all of you. What would we do without God's soothing promises in His Word?

Shelia said...

Oh what sweet smiles and I will continue to pray for her and her family!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Celestina Marie said...

Continued prayers. The pics are wonderful to have to see that gorgeous smile.
So glad that tumor is gone from her.

XO Celestina Marie

Kim said...

I'm so glad to hear that the surgery went well...bless her heart - anytime a little one has to go through such trials in a hospital is so difficult on them, but I think even more so, on their family. I'm sure it's hard for you to be so far away. :(

Thanks for the pictures and the updates. They're helping us pray better.

Renee said...

I hope your Olivia is recovering quickly. I hope the tumor is benign.

I have a granddaughter named Olivia and I'a a peds oncology nurse so your post just tugged at my heart.

My first time at your blog.