Praying for your health and strength. Take care of yourself like you take care of those little ones.
#1 tricia (Homepage) on 2010-04-23 13:22
Thanks Ali for writing this up today.
#2 Marnie on 2010-04-23 20:10
Just when I think that I have 'toughened up' enough to read about the healings, the joy, the miracles, the sickness, the triumphs and the losses, I find that I just don't know myself at all. It's easy for me to say that I feel for you and those around you as if I was there, that I'm envious of missing the joy of celebration when a baby comes back, that I'm wishing I was there to hug and pray during the sadness. But the reality is that you're living it, and I'm not. I'm not back on the ship, although I cry with tears of sadness and of joy as if I were. Bless you all.
#3 Sher Sutherland on 2010-04-23 23:06
As usual, I am glad I stopped by. I will be praying for your health as well as the children that you share with us. How fortunate you are to be seeing God move in miraculous ways on a daily basis!
#4 Lori Schneider (Homepage) on 2010-04-24 02:40
will pray for you and you health!

as always thanks for sharing this story! :-)
#5 jenn Grant (Homepage) on 2010-04-24 16:37
That's wonderful about Maurius!
I hope you don't have hepatitis. What a miserable thing to go through.
And, on a happier note, I love your new blog header.
#6 Anna (Homepage) on 2010-04-24 18:31
It's Maurius in the header! Before he got his trach taken out, so he's even cuter these days! =)
#6.1 Ali C. (Homepage) on 2010-04-24 18:48
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