Taking out baby Maia

Maia’s seizures haven’t stopped yet, and we’re planning to visit her doctor next weekend.
It’s so hard to see her that way. I asked God for strength and begged for His mercy. Dear Lord, please lay your healing hands upon your child.

Last weekend after church we took her out for some quick stroll.

Mom and dad love you so much baby.

I hope I can be with you every minute of everyday.



15 thoughts on “Taking out baby Maia

  1. My niece suffers from seizures. I remember when she was a baby, well, your picture shows exactly how my niece looked. Anyway and to the point, she is slowly outgrowing them. My sis has done exhausted research on this. I can tell you most of the time, as with these diagnose, they can still live happy and productive lives. You are very beautiful and your child is too. Rejoice you have a special daughter !! You are young, do all the research you can. Medicines can be sedating if not monitored properly, I know that is a very considerable subject as my sister changed meds quite a few times. I just know you will do fine, as your daughter will also.

    By the way you have a lovely website ! Thank you for sharing and God Bless !! Keeping you in my prayers as well.


    1. I really hope and pray Maia will outgrow it. She can have 3 spams in a day, and sometimes vomit during the attack. She is such a baby for that..thanks for visiting my blog. 🙂


  2. Maia and your family will be in my prayers. Hopefully the doctors will be able to help! God Bless!


  3. Hugs to Maia. I am really hoping she’ll outgrow this, as she’s still young. Lots of prayers and love coming your way and your family.

    I just sent you your prize last week. I’m so sorry it took me so long. School is keeping me busy these days. I hope you get it soon.


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