Wednesday, October 08, 2008

**Update: Lindsay is scheduled for surgery tomorrow (Thursday) morning to put in a larger BT shunt. Once she has recovered well, they will re-try the Hemi-fontan several months from now. (The Hemi-fontan is the second of the three surgeries necessary for HLHS babies. Lindsay just had this surgery a week ago but has been having some difficulty as a result of it.) She will be listed as a transplant candidate if tomorrow's surgery does not go well. I know her family appreciates your prayers...please visit her blog listed on the sidebar and leave them a word of encouragement! We are praying!***

Please continue to flood heaven's gates with prayer for Lindsay, her family and her medical team.

Thank you for continuing on this journey with us...


Anonymous said...

Oh Rebecca...thank you so very much...I know Suzie and her family will so appreciate your post on your blog in their behalf. The video from Maddie's mom is just precious...thank you for posting it. I honestly can feel the extra prayers. I don't know what else to say except God Bless You from the bottom of our hearts,

Love and hugs, Elaine Burdick

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful video! I continue to pray for Lindsey and her family...and when I check the blog today their little boy is sick too! God will sustain them.
Karen B

Amanda-The Family News! said...

these are the most beautiful babies i have ever seen (and my 2 of course). Thank you for sharing.

i have been following their blog (lindsay) and praying for the entire family.

love and hugs to you - Amanda

Anonymous said...


Your words of comfort and encouragement to the Dean family are just beautiful. These blogs are such a blessing as it gives us the opportunity to get to know and pray for all of these precious heart babies.

Aimee Gillespie

The Chavis Family said...

That video was wonderful. I loved seeing the pictures of Annabelle on there. We will keep Maddie and Lidsey's families in our prayers too. ~Kim

Analisa-creator of hairblingzcutethings said...

i loved that video. i'm good friends with Mia's mom and it's great to see babies that seem to be living "normal" lives after their surgeries. i hope mia will get to do that soon. i will keep all the other babies in my prayers as well. thanks for all you do.