Friday, September 25, 2009


September 23rd- Kaden's corrected birthday! We had fun that day...we did handprints and footprints and measured him...he is 18 inches long!! he weighed 5 lbs. 13.1 ounces....

I have to say it was kind of a strange and also exciting day for me....I would have given anything to have been in labor! wierd I know but honestly there is nothing in life that I have experienced that is more frightening than having such a premature baby and not knowing for sooo long if he was going to make it....He has had to go through soo much and there are more ups and downs than I can even explain. He has had more surgery's in his four months of life than I have had in my whole life...all due to his prematurity. I meet a friend whose son was born the day after Kaden at 26 weeks and we would always talk about how NO one understands truely how we feel until you experience it as a mother....we didn't comprehend what it feels like beforehand....but oh the JOY I feel now to see how far my little Kaden has come. It is undescrible! I hate to say this but any pregnancy no matter how hard...there is nothing harder than seeing your baby struggle day in and out.

Kaden is doing well...he had his hernia and circ today. Things went well and he will recover...than go back to his room at ccn. Then from there it is a matter of getting him to eat more on his own...without the feeding tube and weaning his oxygen more...He weighs SIX POUNDS today!! he is like a real newborn!!

Thanks again for the continued support and love! It means the world to us!


  1. HE IS A MIRACLE!!!! I am glad he is our little fighter and he has the will to live. He is truly a blessing

  2. I'm so happy to hear about his progress!

    He is a modern day miracle.

  3. His name certainly fits him so well! He is quite a little fighter! I'm glad to see him doing so well.

    Take Care,

  4. This is such great news! I'm glad you have had someone who is going through the same thing as you, that is sooo helpful. I can't wait until you bring him home! Keep staying strong we're thinking of you!

  5. He'll be home before you know it, and midnight feedings can't be assigned to the nurse on duty. You'll never love getting up in the middle of the night so much!