Congratulations on the birth of baby Caleb. You certainly have had alot to deal with. I was pleased to here he came through surgery well. My older brother had cystic fibrosis, and yes the medical advances have been huge in the last few years. I hope you are all home soon and enjoying your bubs. Stay strong and keep faith,
Just wanted to let you know that we are praying for baby Caleb and you both during this time. Isn''t it great to know God is in control? I''ll be checking your updates and we''re looking forward to seeing you in a month. I''m passing the news on to Katy. Also Bill and Melanie when they arrive late tonight.
Kimber, checking in and saw you had Caleb, congratulations on your little guy!! I''m glad all went well and sorry to hear he had to undergo surgery at such a young age, but glad he is on his way to recovering. Thoughts and prayers to you and your''s! Steph (Asher, Alexa and Aubree''s mom)
I''m soooooo happy that this is all over for you and that he''s here and you are all doing fine! I had a feeling after reading your site last night that he''d be here soon. *HUGE HUGS* I can''t wait to see pictures!!!!
Congratulations on your baby boy! He was such a good weight! (If the premie clothes I sent are too small for him, give them to someone else having a premie at the hospital). Any name for the baby yet? Glad to hear he is doing well, and I hope his NICU stay is short. (((hugs)))
Hey Kimber, been thinking about you and checking here to see how you are! It really is a test of all kinds, when we''re kept away from our children. So hard! I''m so sorry! You hang in there and prayers from me for you and Baby!
Kimberly, You have been on my mind and in my prayers a lot today. Know that we love you and are praying for you ALL!
We will also be having a new addition in our family soon. And no, it isn''t your Uncle Glenn and I. We will be Grandparents! Due November 2, 2006.
she *will* get through this though. You can tell her that it breaks your heart too, but just as you will do anything you can to keep her safe, healthy, and protected, you need to do the same for the baby.