She had been suffering UTI's & a kidney infection for months. We travelled to the Alberta Childrens Hospital a few times & were waiting for results.. all Summer.
The events of Summer included many road trips, & late nights. We laughed a lot, lived for the days & loved well into the nights.
As the month of August moved on; Azaelea began to show signs of weakness in her legs, lethargy, dehydration & the bubbly personality waned as she chose to be quiet, cuddled, rocked & sang to.
Then the fevers began to be consistent. Every night we would hear her cries as she woke to a fever of 104-107. Always subsiding by morning, without any drugs. One morning after many over the phone consults, we opted to not give her the maintenance low dose antibiotics. & the fever lasted 12 hours.. As worried parents we decided to band together along with teamwork from the nursing staff, we admitted her for 2 days in our local General Hospital. They took urine, cultures, blood, (all twice) & she stayed on a IV the entire time. After 54 hours on her IV, we waited for the approval to discharge her. Choosing the better route (for us) to wait for further signs at Home. Our interim Dr. Agreed that if there were any worse Symptoms to follow up at the ACH.
Today after 3 whole Days of September. No accidents or Fevers.
She is back to her dancing, giddy, doll carrying, friend loving, singing self. Azaelea is going through the motions everyday & growing stronger. We're moved by our community of praying family. Though we have absolutely no clues as of yet, your support speaks volumes to us.