Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Good Morning!

Gwen was awake and looking at us for a little while. This is the first photo of her since her operation that doesn't look "scarry".
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12 comments:

  1. She is precious! Thank you for adding a new picture!

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  2. She is sososo precious! I can understand how hard it is to leave her lying there and not just snatch her up and cover her with kisses!!!! Lord, may that day come soon...

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  3. She's so beautiful! And with all that she's been through, and being not even a week old yet...she's still growing! She definitely looks older than she did in the earlier pictures.

    Noah has been praying with us for Gwen, here's what he has to say:
    mnmm c56 jjjjjjjjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm bv dr wa e4M

    More prayers coming your way!

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  4. Good morning, gorgeous!! Nice to see you awake and alert!

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  5. Thank you for posting this--such a sweetie! :)

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  6. oh. my. goodness. She is such a beautiful little newborn! I can see the resemblance to Lillian, too! Precious girl!!! I know God is holding her in the palm of His hands. How good it must feel, Laura, to know she's receiving breastmilk now! So fulfilling, as a momma, I know!

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  7. I feel like I am finally getting to say hello to her. It is all such good news. Love you.

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  8. Myers and Laura,

    This photo is wonderful; Gwen is absolutely adorable. Loving all of the good news and praying for more every hour. Continue the good work!

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  9. What a precious sight! This photo made my day!

    Adina

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  10. My eyes teared up as I read the new posts on Gwen's progress. I can't imagine the relief it must be to look into your child's eyes after so long! And Laura, I am sure it makes you feel great to be able to nourish her with your milk, even if it has to be through a tube for right now. God Bless you!

    Leah

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  11. She's beautiful, guys. I just wanted to let you know that you are lifted up in prayer at each meeting of the RCS faculty.

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