If you've ever experienced a person with asthma struggling for air, it is scary. You will find that you have to remind yourself to breathe too because you are so focused on their wheezy intake of air.
We decided to take her to the ER in the middle of the night. This was a week or so ago and thank God, she is doing much better. Her asthma is still around, but we're hoping to manage it with Qvar.
I recently found these images on my husband's phone. Apparently, my baby girl got a hold her her Daddy's iPhone while they were at the hospital. I was touched by the simple way she documented her illness and time in the hospital.
|Daddy took this photo of her taking yet another round of albuterol.|
|A bright red toe.|
|Yes, it was pneumonia after all.|
|A comfy bed, coloring books and a remote to watch all of her favorite shows? She was not complaining.|
|She gave the nurses the hardest time about this.|
|Daddy snoozing on the most uncomfortable chair created in mankind.|
|The ER and her Tinkerbell blanket.|
My baby! I hate to see any of the chil'rens sick. It makes me feel so helpless as a mother.