Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Daddy's Little Girl







Sweet, sister Savannah had her icky kidney testing at the hospital yesterday. These tests have always been pretty rough on the little gal and dear 'ole mom (as seen here)...but we got through them yet again and will find out the results on June 15th. Crossing fingers and praying for GREAT news!

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36 comments:

Brent Riggs said...

There's nothing quite like "Daddy's little girl"... I'm blessed to have THREE of them...

Brent (Abby's Dad)
www.riggsfamilyblog.com

Rachel said...

Little Sav looks adorable in those pictures. Praying for good test results!

Beautiful Intellectual said...

Poor little poppet, but how CUTE is her smile!! Crossing fingers and praying with you all
xx

Charity Donovan said...

Poor Sav!!!! Such a sweet little girl!!!! Love that smile!!! So sorry you had a rough day girls!!! Prayin' hard for good results! Love you!!!

Kelly Trullinger said...

What a doll! I'm praying for excellent results! My fingers are crossed!
Hugs and Kisses!

Lucco Girls said...

How adorable!!!

Mary said...

hope sav gets great results!

i'm the "crazy" who bothered you guys during dinner last friday night :) but it was so nice to meet both of you! such a small world to run into you when i was in town.

cat said...

Oh I am praying for great news. And is she not so cute flirting with daddy.

Melanieshea said...

Praying for good news!!!! She is such a doll!!!!

Kelli said...

She is simply beautiful. She looks a lot like Joe.

Kelly said...

Praying, of course, for Joe's Mini-Me. She could not be more preciously adorable.

Ashley Perrigin said...

You know how when Jennifer Aniston got the infamous haircut on Friends and everybody went to their salon and asked for the "jennifer haircut". Well Friday I printed your picture and went and asked for the "Suz haircut" and yes I am so pleased with it. I hope Ms. Sav is feeling ok

Tiffany Lockette said...

Fingers crossed and praying for good news!! She is too precious!!

Mercedes said...

We will be praying for you! My goodness can she smile!

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Amazing Greis said...

Keeping my fingers crossed for you guys.

She's such a cutie, even in that icky A&M hat!

Jessica said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you guys. I don't think I've ever read these posts, so I'm off to do so! I'll keep happy thoughts about sweet Sav!

annalee said...

joining you in that prayer! savannah just melts my heart with that smile.

Just the five of us said...

Unfortunately we have to go through the same tests with our son Sean. So far nothing has gotten worse but they still can not find a cause for his bilateral hydronephrosis. We have been lucky enough to avoid any infections too. Has she been ok as far as that goes? I have not noticed any posts about that since the one time she had a really bad infection. I hope that the results are positive and she is getting better!

Alissa said...

Your little Savannah is so adorable in those photos. Praying that all turns out well and she has great results come June 15th! A friend of mine just found out that her baby girl has a similar issue - a UTI appeared very early on and now she is on antibiotics (urinary reflex up into the ureters) and may have to undergo surgery at a later point.
Crossing my fingers for positive results!

Becky said...

She is just adorable! I love your blog....you certainly don't look like you have had four kids :P They are cuties!

amanda said...

Okay, that is THE cutest picture of her in Daddy's cap! Sending good thoughts your way for those test results!

The Gerwer Babies said...

Poor Sav. What a trooper!
Praying for good results!! XOXO

Love Being a Nonny said...

Look at her daddy's adoring stare!!! She is a doll! Glad you got through yesterday!

Melanie said...

SUZANNE! i just discovered your blog and have spent the past week reading every blog entry from the time you discovered you were pregnant until now. i am TOTALLY IN LOVE with your babies but think i will stick with my 2 single-birth babies :)
we are in abilene, tx- not far from you!

Goerlich Quadruplets said...

we're praying with you! that smile is contagious, little sav!

Andrea said...

Awww..she is so precious, especially in her Daddy's Aggie hat! :)
Andrea
Mom to Drew, Luke, and Cole '29

Moni Graf said...

Glad you both survived the testing and hoping for the absolute BEST news on the 15th!

The princess and pops pics are too freakin' cute! Makes you wonder how anyone could even live with themselves after performing those tests on such a sweetie-pie.

Love ya!
Moni

Emily said...

I'm glad you both got through the testing yet again...I've been wondering what the latest update was on Sav's kidneys, my 11 month old daughter has the same condition, hydronephrosis on her right kidney. She had VUR on the left as well, but it resolved itself. Unfortunantly her right kidney had lost function by 8 weeks old due to it's severity. She pretty much had no function (just 8%) at birth. They found hers on my 20 week ultrasound. She will have surgery on August 25th to remove the right kidney, since her left kidney is compensating for the right, and the right kidney is not functioning and is backed up with fluid, her pedi urologist has decided the best route is surgery to remove it. I really feel for you, she's been through the daily antibiotics, the catheters, ultrasounds,vcug's, and lasix renal scans too, its no fun is it?

If you ever need to chat about this with someone who's going through it, my email is momma2michelle at yahoo dot com.

Good luck and I will pray for good results.

PS-Savanna (and all of your kiddos) are adorable! You sure can't tell she's got anything "wrong", same with my little peanut :) Other than the trips to the urologist and the tests, it's pretty much business as usual!

Amanda's News said...

She is just PRECIOUS! I can't believe they will be two in a couple of months:)

Cindy (and Brian) said...

Soooo cute - she looks so much like Joe!
I am praying for good results.

Hilary said...

Precious daddy's girl!! Praying the test come back ok too!!

Misti said...

Hi! I have been following your blog recently and just wanted to say that I too feel what you are going through and your sweet little girl. My daughter was diagnosed with Grade IV vesicoureteral reflux at 2 months old. We have been through ALL the tests that is very traumatic for her AND me. She is 5 months old now and we are proceeding with surgery this month at Cook's with Dr. Pugach - I think he is the same practice with your daughters doctor. I am hoping and praying that this will be over soon and no more antibiotics and testing again for a very long time. I hope that you hear good news and ya'll will be in our prayers. I have a blog ( it is a work in progress) if you ever want to talk about it - www.thebrucebunch5.blogspot.com

Liz said...

Oh honey! My oldest is now nearly 13 but I still feel like the most traumatic event we've had to live through with any of the kids was her VCUG when she was 2! Such an awful, yucky test to have to get through!! I'm sorry y'all have to do it, too!

Anonymous said...

WOW...what a cute little girl! I think that everytime I see a picture of her she get cuter! :)
Random question...a couple of my friends and I are going to be in the dallas/fort worth/arlington area June 27-28th and I was wondering if you have any suggestions on good churches? Thanks ahead of time for the advice. :)

Tera said...

How adorable!! Hope you get good news on her test.

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