Our Warrior's Battle Against CHD

Our Warrior's Battle Against CHD

Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Lincoln had a rough night again last night, and with his echo ultrasound this morning, they discovered that some of his stitches tore in his leaflet/ valve. That is why his breathing is so distressed and he is so uncomfortable. Dr. Haw and his team are preparing for re-repair surgery right now and they have already put him under Anesthesia. The surgery should be shorter but if they can't repair it, they will have to replace the valve (which we do NOT want). Murph and I are devastated and terrified because Lincoln is so weak right now. Please pray for our baby. We are worse off than Monday in my eyes and the doctors are very concerned. Xoxo

14 comments:

  1. Praying for strength for your sweet boy and for healing. Praying for wisdom and sure hands for his doctors. Praying for his mommy and daddy to feel God's peace and love surrounding you!

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  2. I cannot get Lincoln out of my mind. I've been praying constantly for his quick recovery, as I know many others have been doing. Lincoln has been such a fighter, and I know he can get through this! Hoping for smoother days ahead and sending hugs your way!! And Lisa, thank you for taking the time to update all of us who are at home wondering about and praying for your sweet little man.

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  3. Lisa, I am continually praying for Lincoln and all of you! Hoping for a successful re-repair surgery and that Lincoln will be well on his way to recovery.

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  4. Hi...I am Sarah's sister's husband's mom... When I saw this on FB this morning, I began praying for you, your journey with your sweet boy, and for God's hand of protection on all of you. May God's hands be in the surgeon's gloves this morning. Shalom to you...
    Tricia

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  5. We are all continuing to pray for Lincoln's recovery. and for God to work His wonders through the expert hands of his surgeon. You are a wonderful Mommy, Lisa, and exactly what your little guy needs right now. Your FHC family loves you and your family and we are all constantly sending our prayers for strength and healing.

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  6. Your family is constantly in my prayers. May God's Blessings be upon Lincoln.

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  7. I pray for him constantly and can't get him out of my mind! Praying so hard for Jesus to heal him NOW!!!! I'm so sorry, he is a rock star and will beat this!

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  8. Praying. Going to church every morning and praying. Praying all the time.

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  9. Lisa, sending you and your family so many healing prayers and love from here.

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  10. Lisa, I am a friend of Jeremy and Alex Stacy. You don't know me, but I am a mom of two boys. I just read your whole blog and I am so upset to hear all you, your family and little lincoln have been through. As another mom, I will start praying for you and keep up on your blog. Blessings and strength to you all. We go to Ada Bible and our sermon last week was about Trust, Risk and Hope. Trust that God will take care of you and provide for you. Take risks, knowing that God will see you through them. And always have the hope you need knowing that HE is watching over, you, your family, Lincoln and your surgeons, nurses and all his caregivers. I pray that today goes well and you are holding your baby boy again soon. Kelly Stroburg

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  11. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, Lincoln, and his medical team! - Kristin C.

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  12. I am continuously praying for strength for Lincoln and and everyone!!!!

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  13. Nicholas and Ruth BorstDecember 1, 2012 at 1:44:00 PM EST

    We feel so sorry for what you people are going through.He is in Gods Hands and we are Praying for Lincolns recovery. Grandpa and Grandma Borst

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  14. You are in my prayers Mrs. Penninga!!! You and your family and your baby boy! I'm so sorry about all that is happening, but God is watching over Lincoln and all of you. "For nothing is impossible with God" Luke 1:37

    Mallory Lytikainen

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