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  1. Megan says:

    Thinking of you!

  2. Wow. You guys. Words fail me (again).
    We’ll be praying.
    In the meantime, I can handle a ceiling fan. Tie a cord to his middle, and have him somersalt all over tarnation.

  3. Phil Routszong says:

    We’ll be praying for you all. We love you and are absolutely here for you whatever you may require! God’s will be done.

  4. Shara Livingston says:

    I will be praying for everyone!

  5. Maggie says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about this unexpected complication. You have withstood so much already I only pray you will be granted a miracle this time. You will be in my thoughts and wishes in the days to come.

  6. Marilyn says:

    Abby, John, we will be definitely lifting your whole family up this week. We know God has a plan for all of our lives, including Bitty, sometimes the road we travel is just moving forth in faith in that plan.

  7. Brooke Wilhoit says:

    Praying… so encouraged by your heart for the forgotten children and your continued holding fast to our Lord Jesus. The bless you and keep you!

  8. Debbi says:

    Prayers sent from Chesterland, OH. xxxooo

  9. SalannB says:

    Sending love, prayers and good thoughts for you all and for Bitty.

    Sally in Indianapolis

  10. Sharon says:

    With God, All things are possible. May His will be done on earth as it is in heaven…perfectly. He is with you, be comforted and be at peace. Your steps of faith have inspired us all to treasure life.

  11. Kate says:

    I just saw this post, and you may already have your answer. I pray that you’re given the grace to accept the situation as His will, and I pray that you are given strength.

    I had a baby who attached quite near a scar from a previous caesarean. This was before ultrasounds were so high-def, and we didn’t even know how precarious the pregnancy was. In the C-section that delivered that second baby, the doctor saw where the umbilicus was implanted and was very surprised that all had turned out well.

    The Amish here have a saying: “Once a pot is scorched, everything will stick to it.” Here’s to hoping your experience is as lucky as mine.

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