Flu season

Just a quick note since flu season is about to start…

We are excited that we will soon be home and able to have visitors!
As you all know, Katelyn does not have much of an immune system anymore. We have to be extremely careful about any kind of germs. A simple cold for any of us could cause major complications with Kate. Something like the flu could even be deadly. We are asking that our family and friends who plan on visiting our home get the flu shot. It must be the shot and not the mist, as the mist is the live virus. If you are not able to get the flu shot, we ask you refrain from visits until flu season is over. We did not put Kate and our family through all of this just to allow something like the flu to take her from us.
Also, if you do become sick, we ask that you are symptom free for two weeks before visiting.
And with that being said, please don’t be offended when we ask you to use one of our jumbo sized bottles of hand sanitizer 🙂

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About katelynsmarathon

Our blog follows the journey of our sweet baby girl, Katelyn Mae. She was born April 14, 2011. At 5 weeks old she was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) and we were informed she would need a heart transplant. We were transferred to Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, TX. On Sunday, July 3rd we received the life changing call that a heart was available for our princess. Katelyn is absolutely thriving with her new heart and we are eternally thankful for the miracle workers we call her doctors, and the donor family that gave the gift of life to our Kate.
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One Response to Flu season

  1. keeping your family in our prayers, everyone remember that the flu can also be carried thru you even if you are not sick with it, along with other sickness you can carry and pass other things to people with weak immune systems, be safe wear a mask, and use sanitizer often ,

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