Thursday, September 25, 2008

Update as of 8:02p.m.

As of 8:02 p.m. Mallorie is doing well. It is such an answered prayer as they needed this to go smoothly. This was not an easy decision to have the surgery due to all the complications in her last surgery. Connie says "she is doing well & God willing will go home in the morning. That is so Awesome! I know they would appreciate your continued prayers for precious Mallorie Rose!

11 comments:

Laurie said...

Cathy, thank you for the great news. I have been praying all day for "SMOOTH". God is so good and going home in the morning is so great!!! I will continue to pray for all of them. I am happy for Mallorie!!

Love, Laurie in Ca.

Angie said...

How wonderful! What an answer to prayer. I am so grateful that this hospital stay is looking like it will be just as it should: short and sweet! Way to go Mallorie!!

Jennifer said...

I found your blog thru another blog I read. Yours was very interesting since I too have a son who had cleft. Although he did not have the lip he has the palate and has always had complications wit hhs surgeries. He has had many surgeries for many things. Teh cleft was the easiet one we had. I will lift your little one in prayer as well as the family. If I could be of any help since I've been there and done that, please feel free to contact me. My hope has always been God had us deal with all my sons stuff so we could help another family one day.
Jennifer
davisfamilyof6.blogspot.com
jennmom@comcast.net

Brian or Amy said...

You do not know me and I am not even sure how I found you. My son is 18 months and was born with PRS (Pierre Robin Sequence). He had some clefting issues and feeding issues and hearing loss. He was given a feeding tube and had the clefting repaired. He had 4 surgeries and 5 hospitilizations in 8 months last year. He is scheduled to get his "tubey" out next month. It has been an AMAZING journey and we are so grateful that God has taken us through this and we cannot wait to see where He is taking us! When I read your blog I prayed. I am praying for a quick recovery and for peace to surround your home. I would love to hear more of Mallorie's story! She is fearfully and wonderfully made and God knew every inch of her when she was in your womb! You are blessed to have a special baby!!!

Jessica mommy to Alex/ RTS said...

YES!!!! I pray you are home today!!!

Kim (marygracesummons.blogspot.com) said...

Oh that is such great news. I was praying for a good update. I am so glad you may get to go home to Mallorie's comforts. I will continue to pray!!
With love,
Kim

Laurie said...

Hi Connie,

Praying for Mallorie on this Friday morning and hoping you will be heading home today. Maybe you are there already. I will be praying for excellent recovery all weekend. We are heading up to the redwoods in No. California tomorrow for 3 days so I can't check in until Tuesday. I love you and will be praying.

Laurie in Ca.

Tamara said...

I was on pins and needles all day yesterday, so glad to get a positive update! I hope she is doing wonderfully and you will get to go home today. Please let me know if you need anything.

Kenzie said...

Connie-

You know I have been praying without ceasing! I am so encouraged by how well she is doing this time around... Praising God for all the answered prayers. You know we are all continuing to pray faithfully for your family and precious Mallorie!

Thanks Cathy for keeping everyone up to date!
Love you so much!
Kenzie

jb said...

It is now 8:58 pm Friday, 9/26 and as the communication in this manner is new, I must admit I didn't remember to check this website for updates until today. I am so hopeful that all were able to go home today. I am so happy to hear things went well for Ms. Mal and family, but how can you go wrong with faith and prayer that God will watch over and take care.
I have had all of you in my thoughts constantly and thank you for passing the word along.

I have exchanged this with you before Connie; with my mother and her numerous hospitalizations that my sisters and I had to take the approach "no news was good news", so I felt certain that God, through a wonderful medical team, had watched over and brought Mal through surgery, and also watched over all of you and kept you safe. I hope you are all home and together again. I love you all!

Anonymous said...

Hi Connie,
This is the first blog I've been on. I love that I can read about Mallory and see your friends comments. What a great support system you have. The trees in NY are changing their colors and the cool weather is here, especially at night. My prayers are with you baby girl. Hi to John and the kids. Love, Debi