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His voice is so much better and he's eating some "real" food and drinking from a straw. He is just as polite and sweet as ever, and the nurses and aides love him and are so excited he is doing better. Hopefully tomorrow is a great one too because the therapists are going to be extremely happy. I am so thankful for everything and everyone through this. I love you all!
Update 3. The journey continues He spends much of the time sleeping. But when he is awake and alert he is showing some encouraging signs of improvement. Today the speech therapy nurse was able to get him awake long enough to eat a few bites of pudding, pears and he even took a bite of a chocolate chip cookie. The first real food he has had in almost 2 weeks since the accident happened. He will remain on the feeding tube for now, but those few bites of food today were a good sign - if we can just get him to stay awake and alert for longer periods of time.
We continue to rely on all of you for your prayers and well wishes.
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Tomorrow marks two weeks since the accident. It feels like forever ago, yet we know this is still very early in his recovery and we need to be patient as he heals. Thank you so much to all who have donated to the cause and those who continue to pray for Jay, Tina, Aaron and all of his loved ones.
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