Keri and I came home last night to spend some time with the boys. This morning we arrived back at the hospital around 8:30. When we went in this morning, we noticed a marked difference in Daisha. She was breathing a little calmer, she was very active, and she was acting hungry. After talking to the doctor, the doctor confirmed our suspicions and said that while she was not ready to be taken off of the CPAP, her respiratory rate had definitely decreased. Also this morning, we began receiving positive information regarding a possible air ambulance team that may be able to transport her to Peoria. We received confirmation of the medical evacuation sometime mid-morning. We went home shortly this afternoon to pack up some things for Keri and to get things in order. At about 7:00, the air transport team arrived at the hospital, got Daisha ready to fly, and left by around 8:20. Keri and Daisha are currently in route to Peoria St. Francis. Lord Willing, I will be bringing the boys on a flight on Friday. While Daisha is certainly not "out of the woods," she does seem to be showing some progress. She is not ready to breathe without assistance, but we pray that the antibiotics will continue to work against the infection. We have been very encouraged by the evidence of the Lord going before us and being a lamp to our feet. Thank you so much for praying. We reminded ourselves as the ambulance left that her wellbeing is still in the hands of the Lord and not in the high tech equipment and trained personnel. Please keep praying with us!