Day 9, Morning

It was a quiet night. Amber continues to sleep peacefully, though she does get agitated (blood pressure, heart rate, cranial pressure) whenever the nurses move her into a different position. Today, we look for continued stability, so that we can look to start reducing additional therapies (monitors, tubes, sedation, paralytic).

Today we reflect on Good Friday, on Amber’s trial here, and continue to pray that God bless her and provide her comfort, and that He bless the doctors, nurses, and all the staff here that are working so hard to restore her health.

And, I am reminded today, in light of all of this, of just how quickly life changes. It was just a short two weeks ago today that I was bringing all three of my daughters to the Daddy/Daughter Dance at their school …

9 thoughts on “Day 9, Morning

  1. Matt and Caron,
    I pray for Amber every day. Wish I could do something else. Please let me know. I’m very hopeful, she’ll be the 3rd miracle for sure. Love your blog. Thanks for the updates. Love and prayers – Sandhya

  2. Loving thoughts and prayers are with You, your family and the medical team woeking with Amber. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time. If you need any help with anything, let me know.

  3. We are praying daily for Amber and your family. Sending lots of positive thoughts and energy to you all.

  4. Matt and Caron — we just heard. Many, many prayers for Amber and your family. Anything we can do to help please let us know.
    Tony and Clarissa

  5. Matt, wasn’t it Amber who wouldn’t let you sit down at the dance? She is so strong and beautiful. So much love and prayers.

  6. Matt, wasn’t it Amber who wouldn’t let you sit down at the dance? She is so strong and beautiful. So much love and prayers.

  7. Love the picture of the daddy with his princesses. I don’t think that Matt could look more proud of his beautiful girls. He is glowing! The Montague family, friends, and coworkers are sending prayers daily. We pray for the entire Smith family and extended family as well as prayers to guide the hands of the fabulous Health care providers taking care of our precious Smith family. Love you guys!

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