Category Archives: Family

No News is Good News

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So, here in the Feger house we have been finding peace. Why haven’t I updated the blog? It hasn’t been on my mind. Instead, I’ve been planning Transplantiversary celebrations, getting the kids back to school, preparing for the holidays, working around Jamey’s travel schedule — you know, NORMAL THINGS. Can we celebrate a little?? Woo Hoo!!!! Let’s go back to… Read more »

My Grandma Reads My Blog…

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Seriously! How cool is that?? She also emails. And she emailed to say that she checked the blog but there wasn’t an update. This blogs for you Grandma Mifflin! I suppose I should start with December 2015. I failed to post that we had an amazing opportunity. Let’s backtrack a bit more… If you’ve read How We Ended Up HereĀ –… Read more »

Pause

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Well. Here we are. Three hundred eighty eight days later. Three hundred and eighty eight days since the call that informed us J needed a kidney. Lots of tears. Lots of anger. Lots of uncertainty. Lots of hope. Lots of love. Lots of surprises. Lots of miracles. It does not escape me that the man walking through this life with… Read more »

Virus update

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We did indeed get to go to Thanksgiving. We had a wonderful time with lots of family we haven’t seen in a long while. We also became Adelyn’s Godparents when she celebrated the sacrament of Baptism. It was a beautiful evening! Now onto the virus. Recent labs show it is getting significantly better! Yay!! The down side to this is… Read more »

Drum Roll Please!!

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We had another clinic visit with fantastic news! Guess who gets to go to the season opener?? You got it!! We’ll be UNITED IN ORANGE on Sunday morning! It is a crowded space – but it is open air with lots of places we can go if we feel his health is being compromised. The last game we went to… Read more »

Dialysis

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This is a late post. Last week, the day we came home from the hospital, I cleaned all traces of dialysis out of our bedroom. Jamey walked in the house, hugged the girls, and then went straight to our shower. I cleaned out every bit of dialysis supplies while he was in the bathroom. I wanted him to see his… Read more »