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Do you ever have one of those moments where you think, "HA! I am sane!" Then you step in dog poo with your bare feet and remember it was your idea to get the puppy...?

Monday, March 23

Praying for Stellan & MckMama's Family.

Just popped over to MckMama's blog to see about linking to Not Me Monday, but instead found an unexpected and scary post. Little Stellan, not even a year old yet, is in the hospital with a sudden onset of SVT, which means his little heart is beating at around 300 beats per minute. That is on top of the breathing problems he was having in the first place, and the original reason for being in the hospital. It's was a very unexpected turn of events for the family, and they are in need of many prayers for baby Stellan. You can visit MckMama to read her updates and leave a supportive comment, if you'd like.

11 comments:

Hyacynth Filippi Worth said...

Isn't it amazing the number of people we can reach with our blogs? They are awesome prayer tools.

Sassy Britches said...

Oh, no! I know how many probs they had at the beginning but had no idea this was happening now! Thanks for the update!

joanofalltrades said...

I'll say a prayer. Thanks!

mo.stoneskin said...

Crumbs. Will pray as soon as I finish commenting. I have a baby, only 6 months, and her little health problems strike like an arrow but when it is this kind of scale I have no idea how to relate, how those parents are feeling. Will pray now.

Fresh Mommy said...

She is in our prayers!! So great of you to post and get the word out... I know she appreciates it!

:)
~Tabitha~

freshmommyblog.com

Veggie Mom said...

I've seen this posted at several sites today. Sending Positive Vibes their way!

Michelle said...

Yikes! And I'm complaining about Little Miss being sick... no hospital, nothing scary. Priorities. Thoughts and prayers headed their way!

Corinne said...

Thank you for sharing that Ryan! It breaks my heart to read about little ones having a tough time... and it seems every where you turn there's another one. Thank goodness for all the support people get get these days from the blogging world :) The more prayers and positive thoughts the better!

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