The past week or so, Bryan has been very sleepy, with minimal responses. It seems the infections had worn him out. The doctors will be doing a culture to test for infections within the next couple of days. If they come back negative, he will probably get the shunt this week or next. So far, the bone flap is still doing good and is helping Bryan absorb the fluids. Despite his sleepiness, we continue to talk to him, play music, do the range of motion to keep him from getting stiff, put the Giants games on and we are keeping up with his mani/pedis. One of his nurses said he has the best feet in ICU. Bry would be so glad to hear that!
Last night the Giants organization, along with the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department hosted Strike Out Violence day at AT&T park. We were honored to be on the field with other victims of violence and to be a part of bringing awareness to a preventable situation. Dave was then given the ball and he threw in the first pitch. He did great, the ball made it to Eli and would have been a strike if it hadn’t dropped right on the plate.
We had the amazing opportunity to sit next to Barry Bonds. Barry has been active in visiting Bryan and has initiated a college fund for Tyler and Tabitha. You may notice that we have added the link to our website.
The Giants have all been so supportive and caring. Barry and Jeremy’s visits were very heartfelt and personal, Timmy‘s donation and Pablo hosting a fundraiser in Walnut Creek were amazing. We want to thank the ENTIRE Giants Organization for their continued support for Bryan!!
We picked this song not only because it's about San Francisco, but Train also performed it at the Giants game dedicated to Bryan April.