SOS Answered

Because of your faithful prayers, Clark is HOME right now. Praise God! They treated him with a different type of breathing medication than I had administered here at home and a round of steroids. His airways became less constricted and his breathing became easier within minutes of the treatment. His x-ray came back clear. We’re so grateful to have him back safe and sound with a bad case of croup!!!!

It’s been an overwhelming, draining, scary, emotional, day – but we are full of gratefulness and thanksgiving for Clark’s well being. God was and is in complete and absolute control.

We would appreciate your contiuned prayers that Clark wouldn’t experience any more attacks and that Brooks, Isaac, and Henry would also be able to shake this quickly. Our hearts are overwhelmed with gratefulness for your prayers and concern.

43 thoughts on "SOS Answered"

  1. Glad you all are home and he is starting to turn that corner! Hang in there 🙂

  2. Thankful the boys are doing better…we’ve been w/out power-I was glad to get back to my blogs. Hope everyone continues to improve. How much snow do you all have? We got about 6 inches or so here, but then ice on top of that! It’s pretty, but it’s been a mess.

  3. SarahSLP says:

    CROUP! Ugh! I remember Caeleigh having that. Steroids were a miracle for her (and lots of hot steamy showers followed by brief exposure to the cool winter air!). I’m so glad Clark was able to get seen and back home quickly. All our love, Sean, Sarah and Caeleigh (and STILL unnamed baby Reaaves!)

  4. Anonymous says:

    oh wonderful! I’m glad that he is doing better. I hope they all start feeling better soon!

    Kathy from Texas

  5. Lady Why says:

    Praise the Lord! We’ll continue to pray for Clark and the rest of the boys’ quick recoveries. That croup is bad business! It’ll put a gray hair or two on your head, won’t it? I’ve got a few to prove it! 😉

  6. Praise God! I’ll continue to lift you all up.

  7. PletcherFamily says:

    I am so happy to read that he is doing well now. I know how scary a trip to the ER is, especially in an ambulance. I was glad to come to your blog and see the news he is home.

  8. Heidi says:

    So happy to hear that he is feeling better and home with you all!! Praying that everyone will continue to feel better and better!

  9. I am so glad to hear Clark is at home! I’ll pray that the other boys do not get sick and that everyone will be totally well soon!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Praying for all of the boys to stay healthy and especially for Clark to heal quickly!
    Matthew 18:19 “Again I say to you that if two of you agree on Earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven.”

  11. Audrey says:

    So glad that he’s home. If you haven’t already, I would ask your ped for an RX of steroids to keep in your fridge. If the inhaled steroids don’t work for us, we have the oral to give with the on call physician’s permission and it has saved us trips to the ER. Usually within a few minutes of the Orapred things are much better. Thanks for letting us know how he’s doing. I’ve been worrying all day!

  12. Drea says:

    yikes.. scary i know!
    Taite had Croup the day of Christmas! He sounded AWFUL!!! I thought he had whoppin cough…

  13. Joan says:

    Oh thank god! There is nothing more heart wrenching!
    Will continue to keep Clark in my thoughts and prayers.

  14. So glad to hear he is okay. How scary!!! Get better you guys!

  15. Although many Drs say “its just croup” – I know it can be really scary. We almost had a late night ER visit last month with J and it just ended up being that – thankfully we made it through the night.

    Saw your post early but couldn’t get to comment…been thinking about you all day and glad to hear he’s home and ok. Hoping all 4 boys are healthy again soon! Hang in there.

  16. Heather B. says:

    So glad to hear he is HOME!!!! God is so good!

  17. Jac Tubre says:

    Thank the good Lord that Clark is home! I am praying for a speedy recovery for him and his brothers and that mom and dad stay well and have extra energy to combat this cold!

    Lots of love,

  18. i love you mama! get some rest.

  19. Devin says:

    Whew!! Glad to hear it. Praise God! I will continue praying for everyone!

  20. Emily says:

    Our prayers are with you. It is scary when you can’t help your baby. I am so glad everyone is okay. Hang on just a few more months and we are in the clear again!! Come on SPRING!!!

    Emily Wright

  21. debi9kids says:

    I am so glad he is ok. My friend had told me earleir about your son going to the hospital and i am just now getting the chance to read blogs.
    So glad he is home.
    Will pray for your sweet boy!

  22. Moni Graf says:

    Get better soon, Clark! I hope the other 3 amigos can manage to keep their mitts away from their bro, too. I know all too well the “adventures” of 4 sick kiddos. No fun for anyone!

    Sayin’ prayers for our Hoosier buds!


  23. edbteach says:

    Praying for you and yours.

  24. lynne from uk says:

    I didn’t see your post yesterday. I’m so sorry Clark has been ill and hope everyone will be well for their birthday!

  25. katie says:

    Jen, you don’t know me but I read your blog and enjoy it! I live in Nebraska and am a Christian, and a mom of 2. Anyway, just thought I’d share with you — my daughter had croup when she was 2 1/2….we ended up with an ambulance ride to the ER during the night…it was VERY scary. Wow….I KNOW how scary that is and am so glad for you all that Clark is okay.

  26. I just got home and read this and got chills. I’m so happy that Clark is better and is home. I’ll be thinking about you guys and hope you all feel better soon!

  27. Laurie says:

    It’s been such a tough winter for everyone. Glad to hear Clark is doing better and hoping the rest of your boys are too.

  28. Suzanne says:

    ***HEY EVERYONE***




  29. Ginny says:

    Good thoughts and prayers for good health for these sweet boys.

  30. Terri says:

    Saying prayers for your little guy!

  31. christy says:

    Tons of prayers from the Boccone family to yours. I am so sorry to hear that he got worse. Which hospital are you at. The offer still stands for anything you need.

  32. Kelly says:

    Saw Suz’s blog about the update. (((HUGS))) Praying here in the South!!

  33. Hey Jen and Brad,

    Wanted to let you know we're praying for Clark. Were also praying for the doctors wisdom. Hang in there, everything's going to be just fine!

    God Bless – Jon&Tiff;+4

  34. Hey Jen and Brad,

    Wanted to let you know we're praying for Clark. Were also praying for the doctors wisdom. Hang in there, everything's going to be just fine!

    God Bless – Jon&Tiff;+4

  35. Kari W says:

    I saw Suz’s post and had been on your site first, thinking no news was good news. Praying that the doctors in PICU are taking great care of Clark and that he is back home in time for his birthday.


  36. Devin says:

    Jen–saw Suz’s post. Oh, I am just aching. Praying for you and for Brad, and for sweet Clark.

    On my knees,
    Devin in Illinois

  37. Just saw the update on Suz’s blog…praying for Clark and the rest of your family!

  38. Stacey says:

    Oh Jen I hope the boys all get better soon. I am glad the scary part is past and hope it stays in the past

  39. JoJo says:

    I just heard via another blog that little Clark is back at the hospital! I am praying for you all especially for Clark that he makes a speedy recovery and alos for the others as they miss their mummy!

  40. Candace says:

    praying for you guys! Hope that clark is doing well this morning!
    I will be praying for strength for you and brad also.

  41. We are praying for Clark to recover quickly & that he has a VERY short stay in the PICU! Praying that the rest of the gang is feeling better! Hang in there…we're all pulling for you out here! Huuuuuggggs!

  42. Anonymous says:

    Praying for you from Baton Rouge, LA, sweet Clark. Hang in there Murray’s….prayer is a powerful thing and you’ll soon all be well!!!
    Much Love

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