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Jordan Monette get well and come home to Jasper
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On Saturday Feb 7, Jordan was rushed back to the hospital by ambulance. Jordan, my son Joshua and their newborn baby Jasper had just been released the day prior after a 2 wk stay at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, Sk. Jordan had ...

On Saturday Feb 7, Jordan was rushed back to the hospital by ambulance. Jordan, my son Joshua and their newborn baby Jasper had just been released the day prior after a 2 wk stay at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, Sk.

Jordan had comlpications bringing little Jasper into this world initially and is now on life support in the ICU.

This young family has endured an incredible amount of stress, and although Jasper is doing well and is healthy (thank God) there has been immense strain emotionally and financially for them.

Jordan was given a 25% chance of survival going into this last operation, had undergone numerous transfusions and has developed an infection again.

Baby Jasper is being taken care of by loving family including his father, however, Jordan has not been able to really enjoy her new bundle of joy and has a long journey ahead again..

We are hopeful and are praying that things turn around today for a speedy recovery.

Any donation would be greatly appreciated for this family to help reduce the financial burden.

God Bless,

Corey & Andy

Mon Feb 9-update on Jordan's progress:

Jordan has had the life support removed today so the team at the hospital are continuing to monitor that she is able to function without that assistance. For now, she will remain in the ICU where she is being cared for by an incredible team of trauma experts-so she is in very good hands.

We are rooting for Jordan for a full recovery and hope to see her home with Jasper and Joshua. TBD still..Doctors have said she is not out of clear just yet, so please continue with all your positive thoughts and prayers for this amazing young women. She has withstood a tremendous amount thus far and has been a true fighter.

The family wishes to extend many thanks to all of the messages received of thoughts, support and prayers. We thank you in advance for your understanding that they may be unable to respond as it is an extremely busy time between hospital visits, caring for baby Jasper and trying to maintain somewhat of a normal life with responsibilities.

We are overwhelmed by the compassion we have witnessed to assist this young family during this difficult time. On behalf of the Monette, Landman and Dusome families we thank all who have contributed to this fund and thank you again to all whom have sent words of encouragement and prayers for Jordan's recovery and family.

Please watch for further updates, "like" our page and continue to share this story.

God Bless,

Corey and Andy

Thurs Feb 12-update on Jordan's progress

Jordan has moved from the ICU to Observation where she continues to be closely monitored. The hospital staff has said that she is still not out of the woods just yet, as she is not stable in all areas. Although they confirmed she is Septic, we remain positive and confident for Jordan's full recovery and that the antibiotics currently being administered are fighting the infection.

The hospital staff has yet to confirm when she may be well enough to be released.

Jordan has been coherent for part of the day yesterday and today, and was able to see Jasper both days and kiss his little cheeks-she was thrilled to see him.

There is still a long journey ahead, and we continue to pray for the infection to healed and no further complications in blood levels.

On behalf of all the families on both sides, we cannot begin to thank you enough for the overwhelming response with emails, texts, phone calls, prayers, positive thoughts, words of encouragement and contribution to the fundraiser.

God Bless,

Corey and Andy

Feb 25-update on Jordan's progress

Well, it has been another unbelievable week for everyone. The week began with Jasper being admitted on Monday to pediatrics as he had a hematoma which needed to be dealt with. So he went into the OR around 7PM. He was released yesterday from hospital and is back to his content self, and is pain-free. It was just one more added stress to this already on-going situation with our family.

According to the nurses, Jordan may be released as early as tomorrow or Friday. As you can imagine, she is thrilled to go home and get out of the hospital-but at the same time she has her reservations based on her last release. The family, including Jordan herself have yet to receive an acceptable progress report. For example, we do not know if she is still septic or not. A social worker has been brought into the situation to act somewhat as an advocat in hopes that there are some clear answers on Jordan's progress and condition, prior to her release.

Jordan seems to be doing a lot better and we are hopeful that her recovery at home will go smooth for her and all involved in her care. Jordan's dad Paul with the assistance of caring family have made some adjustments in the bathroom which will help to assist Jordan. Jordan will be going home with the machine that is attached to her first wound (from the C-section) and a nurse will come every two days to check on the wound. The machine had broke last week and they weren't sure if they could accomodate with a replacement, but they ended up locating another. It essentially cleans the wound, this was the location of the first infection.The wound from the hysterectomy will need to be cared for completely separate.

We realize that everyone has been waiting patiently for an update, however, there hasn't really been much to share as the communication has been non-existent from the hospital perspective. Although some days are better than others, Jordan is still in a lot of pain after numerous surgeries. The recovery from the hysterectomy apparently can be 4-6wks (for a scheduled) so she still has a ways to go. On a positive note, we are optomistic that her youth, determination and love for Jasper and Joshua will give her the strength she needs to heal and eventually put this experience far out of her mind.

Thank you again from all the families for your continue positive thoughts, prayers and overall support to everyone.

Blessings to all

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