Tomorrow is a new month. It is nice to have a new beginning with Jack and renew our outlook. He is currently in "protective isolation." Normally when babies get sick their white blood cell count goes down instead of going up like it would in an adult to fight off infection. Jack's white count is down which eludes to infection somewhere. They are testing cultures of blood and thus far nothing has grown. Over the past few days he has really gotten swollen and has been having a hard time. His urine output has increased throughout the day so we are feeling positive about that. Most of what we hear is simply to wait and see how he responds to the new treatment he is receiving. The doctors are trying new combinations of drugs that he has had previously along with others that are working more specifically on the kidneys that don't have as big of an affect the rest of his body. It was so nice to go to church today and feel the love and support of so many of our friends. We have such a great ward family and are so thankful for them for all they have done for us. For all those who have been so great, know that your prayers are received here in room 2309. We feel of your love and know that we all wished we could do more. Please know that what you are doing is not in vain, keep it up. We join our prayers with the chaplain who stopped by the other day and prayed that he would grow up to be a little boy who chases the frogs and plays on the computer. We know he will.