August 23, 2007

Prayers please

Posted in daycare at 3:20 pm by sillydreamer

One of my little daycare guys is on his way to Children’s for a CT and possibly a spinal tap as I am writing this.  Please send some prayers and good vibes out for him and his parents.

He has complained off and on since Friday of a head ache.  He will mention it and then run on about his business.  His Mom said he woke up screaming this morning saying it hurt really bad.  She had him elaborate (he’s 3) and he told her it was like a man outside his window came in and hit him in the head with a hammer.   She called the Dr. and got in first thing this morning.  His Mom said he screamed and cried and did not want the Dr. to touch him which is very, very unusual for him.  He loves going to the Dr. and he tells her to look in his ears, etc.  Dr. looked at him for awhile and said she thinks it could be viral meningitis so she has sent them on to Dallas.   I’m so worried about him and I just hate the thought of him having to do the spinal tap but I know the Dr.’s need to do the proper tests to get the answers for them.   Please say a prayer for my little guy and his parents this morning.  

Update:  The CT came back fine and the Dr.’s didn’t feel a spinal was necessary as they don’t think he has viral meningitis.  They sent him home with something for pain so we’ll see what happens. 



  1. giveitatry said,

    Wow, keep us updated…that is really scary.

  2. clevergrl said,

    How scary…I don’t know how I would handle that. Glad he didn’t need the spinal tap, but that still leaves questions unanswered. He’s in my thoughts.

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