The last couple of weeks I have not been on due to children's medical here at home and my grandchildren being ill. Today was one of those days with medical and today I just dreaded this one Doctor visit.
Our son Jake has began Remicade Infusions for his Chronn's Disease. Shortly after committing to Clyde we found out Jake's digestive system has gotten worse. If Jake would not have been adopted 5 years ago Jake would not be a live. Our family is thankful to our Lord for guiding us to Jake. Even though Jake's life is filled with Medication, Therapy and mutiple doctor's visit each month God has given us the blessing to be able to parent and love this little man. Please I ask for prayers for our son Jake. Praying this will help Jake gain back his weight and Jake starts feeling better soon. With him fighting to live with his Cystic Fibrosis. Please remember his younger sister Gennie in your prayers and keep her memory in your hearts.
Lately, I have been unable to Blog and Fund Raise as I wished. I know inside God would guide us through our journey to bring Clyde and another little one home. There is another little girl we are praying to add to our adoption but for right now we have to wait before we announce who she is.
Again please remember all the children who wait for homes as they remain in orphanages. Pray for the ones who are aging out, pray for the many ill ones and also pray for each of my friends who are adopting their children. Pray that they each receive the funds they need to complete their adoptions. The cost of an Adoption is costly and many of us work hard to save and raise the necessary funds. Please advocate, pray and if able adopt one of these precious children waiting for a home.
Today I met a young mother and her son today. I only wished I had not been in such a rush and I would have sat and talked to her longer.
I wrote part of this post earlier today while Jake did his therapy and tonight I sat down to finish it. It may be to some words wrote down to others, but inside my heart I have the pain today of watching my child struggle to live. It is difficult as a parent to see their child in pain and know that their illness is a very demanding and evil one. An illness that has robbed my child of being a child. My son is nonverbal is only through facial expression I see his pain. And inside my heart I feel his pain. I am very grateful for my family and also the people in my life who pray for our son and other little ones at home.
As many of you know I met Jake when we were adopting his younger sister Gennie. Our Gennie died of CF complications and heart failure on April 26th 2013.. AS this date soo approaches I ask that you remember our daughter and donate to a family adopting or to an orphanage in her memory. Thank you for viewing my blog and also if you are considering adopting a child please do so..