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Barbara Evans says she can’t bear to see her son suffer: I need to keep going

Barbara Evans says she can’t bear to see her son suffer: I need to keep going

She said she had to take a sedative to rest: “Yesterday I was afraid of some things that happened to me, I was worried because I need to keep going, there’s no choice. I thought: ‘I’ll take advantage of the fact that my husband is here, it’s the weekend’, and I’ll try to disconnect.’ I know he’s fine, stable, That night I would not have changed anything during the day, I took a sedative, and I woke up as someone else woke up, and thank God I woke up very well.

Evans even admitted that she talked to her husband about what to do: “I had a meeting with Gustavo, about my fatigue, and what we can do, because we still don’t know when I will be discharged from the hospital and that I need to strengthen myself. One decision was to sleep, take a sedative. The other decision we made was to call the driver, I will go to Home, Gustavo will stay here, have lunch with the kids, give them a hug, and after lunch, I’ll come back here.

Antonio, Barbara Evans’ son, is facing bronchiolitis. He said on social media that he needed to be transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit.

The six-month-old baby has been hospitalized since last Sunday (2). He is now at the São José do Rio Preto Children’s and Maternity Hospital in São Paulo.

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