So, I know its been a while but we have been really crazy.
So, I went on on August 7th and had my twin boys by c section at 12:36 and 12:37 pm. 38 weeks, they were perfect
We were released from the hospital and were sent back 2 weeks later because Hunter was "failing to thrive"
First it was his "flappy airway" so we did surgery on that. Then he was on life support and every time they tried to take him off he couldnt breathe on his own. So they lasered off the swollen tissue and that didnt work. This went on for a month. My child was hooked up to a machine that was breathing for him for a month. Then we decided that a trach was the best course of action. So we put in the trach and he was doing really well.
Well now we had to find out why he wasent gaining weight by eating through his mouth. First, he had acid reflux so badly that it burned his throat numb. Then they did and ultrasound and found out he has pyloric stenosis, which is a grouping of the muscles at the bottom of the stomach, by this time he had developed an oral aversion so we decided to put in a feeding button, and do something called a fundolication, which is where they wrap a piece of the stomach around the esophagus, Well after this they wanted to check his heart. He has a narrow aorta and its from a deformation of the 7th chromosome.
This was him the hospital
Now at almost 4 months old, and a month home from the hospital, here he is now
Hunter is doing well as you can see, He will have the trach for about a year and the feeding button until he can eat a whole bottle by himself, but hes doing great. Here are some more pics, enjoy ladies and thank you for reading!
This one you can see his trach
Jay is almost 6 now, Ive been on babygaga since I was pregnant with him at 15, how time flies!
Matthew and Daddy