Cedie Lynn Mock's Blog

Cedie Lynn was born on 6/16/05 in Memphis, TN. She arrived 6 wks early. Cedie spent the first 11 & 1/2 months in the hospital. Although she endured many surgeries and spent 2/3 of her life in hospitals, she was a very happy, beautiful little girl who was full of love and who was loved by everyone who met her in person and online. She now watches over all of us as our own little angel.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

First Thanksgiving Meal

We have three Thanksgiving dinners to go to this year. The first one was today at Granny and Grandpa's house (Chris' dad and stepmom). We will have another dinner Tuesday night with some of our Texas family over at my great-grandmother's house. Thursday (assuming all is well with Cedie) we will be dining with my grandmother (G-daddy's mom) and the rest of my St. Louis family! --- Last year's Thanksgiving was spent at LeBonheur.

We had a good time with Granny and Grandpa today. Cedie wasn't into eating today but she did show off her sitting a little.

Her coughing is much better but we've had to suction her ALOT and that antibiotic is tearing her poor little tummy up! We lost count of all the dirty diapers she's had today :-(

*** I got Cedie her first pair of boots today. I found some lite pink suede boots in a 0-3mths! She has such tiny feet and its hard for me to find shoes in her size so I was very excited.


  • At 9:56 AM, November 20, 2006, Blogger CrystalandEva said…

    I hope you all don't eat to much turkey you might sleep for a long time...hee hee!!
    Eva has tiny feet too and the boots sound really cute!!

  • At 1:27 AM, November 24, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Our son Ben is on antibiotics very frequently and we have started giving him something called "Lactobaccillis" (over the counter at the drug store). He gets one capsule a day - we take the contents out of the capsule, put in water and suck into a syringe and administer via Gtube. We start those right when we start antibiotics and it promotes the healthy bacteria in the belly that antibiotics strip away. It stops him from having diarrhea and frequent dirty diapers. It also clears up diaper rash pretty quickly. Good luck. Amy, Mike and Ben Russo


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