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Monday, July 27, 2009

If you are the praying type...PLEASE DO


This is an urgent request!


I'm not one to normally turn to God for things, I constantly question his existance in a world full of evil. I constantly wonder which religion is right, but right now it truly doesn't matter if God is a man or a woman, if he's some fat dude with a big belly or some skinny guy who was tacked to a cross...whatever your belief, if you pray PLEASE pray for this little boy

Stellan is a miracle if ever there was one, I constantly read this blog amazed that this little boy is alive and thriving dispite his diagnosis in the uterus that his heart was too big and he would surely die. They didn't think he would live to be born, they didn't think he would live more than a few hours after birth, yet he's now almost 9 months old and sadly today he is fading. His heart will not stop beating at a dangerously high rate of 230+ bpm...that's beats PER minute!!! He is suffering and in bad shape and his little heart will not be able to take much more, the doctors haven't said as much but if you know anything about the human heart you know it just was not made to beat that fast for any length of time. So please, please go check out the blog (click on the picture) and send out prayers to whatever you believe in because this little boy really needs it!
If you use Twitter, Stellans mom has been updating on there as well http://twitter.com/MckMama it's more up to date than the blog. This was her last post
"Dr B told us "He's in bad shape." I'm trying to hold fast. Dr B is trying to ring Boston again. Will you pray!??! from Tweetie "


Thank you




2 comments:

shraddha said...

my payers are for this child

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Sweet Mama Jones said...

Like you, I struggle & question...but I do believe in the power of prayer no matter the style or eloquence of it...and I am saying one for little Stellan. Very touching post!