Monday, March 2, 2009

Please Include Them In Your Daily Prayers

These amazing, and beautiful children and their families are in need of your daily prayers. I can think of nothing worse than watching your child fighting for their life. But I know for certain that prayer works !
Click on pictures to visit them!

"We cannot do great things on this earth. We can only do small things with great love." ~Mother Teresa

The Karg Family found out 13 weeks in the pregnancy that they were having twins, and then at 18 weeks both are girls! Aderah Psalm (the heathier of the two) passed away 2 weeks before they were birthed at just 30 weeks. She developed SVT and her heart rate stayed at 320 bpm for 5 days straight which caused heart failure.Veiyah thrived even though she was the one diagnosed with the heart defect and her organs on the wrong side of her body. Veiyah has fought through several serious surgeries. She is one tough baby!...But she and her family need your prayer. Please of you have a moment...Click on their picture above and pay them a visit.
If you would like to send a card or letter to Veiyah and her family the address is:
Veiyah Karg
University of Iowa Childrens Hospital
200 Hawkins Dr
Iowa City, IA 52245
Attn: PICU - 7JPP

Let me tell you first off that you can't have this little cutie...I've already asked! LOL Zoey is child number 6 and she is absolutely adored by her family!
Zoey was born with a cardiac issue and because of the type of defect, AV Canal Complete, she was born with Down syndrome. She also arrived with Transient Myeloproliferative Disorder, a rare transient form of leukemia. In February 2008, she was diagnosedwith a catastrophic form of epilepsy referred to as Infantile Spasms or West Syndrome....and if that were not enough October the 29th 2008, Zoey was diagnosed with AML M7, Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. Stop by and meet Zoey and her family today and offer your support!

Kayleigh was born on June 23rd 2008 3 months early due to IUGR and preeclamsia. A fragile 10 1/2 inches, 1 pound 1 oz she is the smallest baby to ever undergo open heart surgery. Kaylee is now 8 months old and has just hit the 7 pound mark...She has been very close to going home with her parents a couple of times...and also very close to going home to be with the Lord. She is an amazing baby! Please click on her picture to visit her blog and offer support and prayer.

Abby was adopted from Guatemala. At three years old, she was diagnosed with a high-risk, aggressive form of Leukemia. Certain genetic complications have put her chance of surviving the treatment at about 20%. She is now 4 and desperately needs your prayers. Please stop by and offer Abby and her family your support!

Isn't she precious? One minute you're going through life like everyone else...then in the blink of an eye..your whole life can change...On October 2nd, 2008 Abigail was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (A.L.L.)lease stop by the Colberts blog and meet sweet Abbey and family....Your support and prayers would be appreciated!

Sofi has a condition called Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome...Which basically means is that the left side of her heart is under developed. Shortly after birth she underwent open heart surgery...the procedure is called Norwood Procedure. More than 25% of all babies who have this surgery, go to heaven...but she hung on. A few months later she had another surgery caled Hemi-Fontan Operation. The doctors say that her heart will only last about 6 months to a year...She is in need of a transplant... 30% of babies on transplant list go to heaven while waiting. Please include Sofi in your on her picture to visit Sofi and her sweet family

Prayers for Stellan
In the womb, he was diagnosed with heart failure: premature atrial contractions at 20 weeks; supraventricular tachycardia, hydrops, and intermittent advanced secondary heart block at 23 weeks; and enlargement of the heart at 32 weeks. When the doctors told them at 24 weeks that their very ill baby would surely die, they chose to give Stellan completely to God, for He alone knows best.
Stellans Story

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