Little Kharter Sullivan

Little Kharter Sullivan

From Abigail Lane

After spending some time in the PICU and a couple of touch and go days in terms of pain and symptoms we're cautiously optimistic that Kharter is ready to turn a corner!

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  • Kharter continued to spike fevers throughout yesterday due to the blood infection but appeared to be making progress in terms of his abdomen which appeared to be flat and soft and he was tooting and hungry which he hasn't been in a couple of weeks.

    His NG was placed on gravity for 24 hours and at 5pm last night doctors ran contrast through his NG and crimped the top. At 5 am this morning an X-ray was done to see if the contrast was able to flow all the way through his colon and if it did the NG would be removed, if not we'd wait another 12 hours and check again.

    Thankfully god heard our prayers and answered them and the contrast made it to and through Kharters colon in 12 hours or less and as of 8am the NG was pulled and Kharter has been allowed to eat some apple sauce and chocolate milk (and we snuck him a bite of a muffin!) he's still in some pain abdominally but it appears the blood infection is being treated appropriately and responding well to medications and we continue to pray that now that he's able to begin eating again after 20 days without food he'll have the strength to get up and be more physical and come home within the next 4-7 days!

    Thank you for your continued support and love and being patient with us on updates we're so blessed to have you and Kharter is blessed beyond measure for all of your love and prayers!


    3 years ago

  • Firstly, the outpouting of support, shares, & prayers have been and continue to be heart-warming and truly powerful. In just a few days, you all have raised over $3,300 for Little Kharter & family ❤ You are all appreciated and loved and your support is heart-warmingly uplifting!

    Little Kharter & family are facing another set of challenges, as Kharter has been transferred to the PICU. The family and his medical team or focused on managing the unrelenting pain he is experiencing. 

    Stay strong Little Kharter and family. You have the strength of those near and far to carry you through ❤

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