Now on with what the doctor from Boston told me. He said from talking with Dr. Del Nido & one of the other surgeons there, they think Kayden should have a Glenn Procedure done & I think he also said a 'Cone' Repair <--which I think that is to fix the valve that's leaking. So once I told his cardiologist that today, he was happy that they think there is another option that will help that isn't a transplant & he definitely wants to do it if they think it's possible. But since UVA didn't send the cath information over yet, I don't know what they'll think after getting that information. So it looks like we are going to be going to Boston for them to do an evaluation on him, & I'm considering doing his surgery there whenever or whatever it may be.
-So now, I've been wanting to cry all day just because I do know that it's possible Kayden won't survive the surgery or waiting for the surgery. I'm so worried, & I don't know if I'm that strong to live without my son. I pray everyday that God let's him make it out of this okay. Again I believe everything happens for a reason, and I believe God made Kayden like he is for some reason, & rather it be to straighten up people's lives, because he's touched many peoples lives and this Angel makes an impression on all of them. Or rather it be for all of these doctors from Roanoke to Boston to learn from Kayden to help another child who has a heart like his. It could be 10 years from now or it could be 30 years. Kayden's condition & what these doctors are learning could save another childs life. I just hope I get to keep my son in the long run. God's got his hand on Kayden & he's got a lot of Angels watching over him & he's got a good line of doctors & a very strong support system with our family. Kayden is my hero though, he's strong & he's been fighting this for 3 years and for the past 6 months it's been the biggest fight & I don't see this little boy giving up easily. He hasn't yet and I don't see it happening anytime soon! I LOVE YOU KAYDEN JAMES!!!!!