Author: Lindsey

It was over a year ago that we had left Torrance Memorial with our dearest Makoa in hand to head home an start our journey as a family. Last Thursday, we had the opportunity to return to the hospital that all three of our...

Makoa is once again back home with us.  He was actually released Friday afternoon once the doctors determined that his oxygen levels were high enough that he could breathe on his own without assistance.  Makoa had a follow-up appointment with the pediatrician yesterday morning and...

Makoa is still in the hospital and at this point, there really isn't a set timeline for when he might get to come home.  Tiffany has been by his side the entire time (except for a quick trip home for clothes and a shower) and...

Happy Friday everybody! Makoa measured in at 8lbs 12oz on Monday so we're thinking he might go over the 9lb mark next week. We're all having a great time together as a family and enjoying every moment. Here is a video with...

First off, I have to apologize for being an absolute terrible blogger. I know there are many of you who enjoy reading up on Makoa's progress and I haven't done a very good job of keeping up. It's not so much that I...

Not only did Makoa pass the 7lb mark at his latest appointment on Tuesday, he absolutely destroyed it. 7lbs 8oz. He was 6lbs 12 oz last week, so he's been doing some serious eating. Interestingly, we have noticed that he has been...

Most parents don't want to have their children cry, but that's not the case for us.  Part of the Prader Willi Syndrome is the low muscle tone which in turn effects his vocal prowess.  To Tiffany and I, he is very much like our other...