Something's happening...

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As of 6:00 this morning, Matthew did have a small stool, but not enough for the doctor's to be impressed. If he were to have had some kind of meconium plug they would have expected more to have come out than what actually did. Once again, they are perplexed. The nurse thought it looked like the meconeum that came out but I want to confirm this with the doctor. I tried to speak with the doctor but they were doing their rounds and I was told they wouldn't be able to speak to me for a few hours because they will also be doing surgery for another baby.

They nurse also mentioned that he had another x-ray at 8:00 a.m. and that he is doing well and is stable. Only the doctors are able to see the results of the x-rays, not the nurses, so I don't know how it went. Unfortunately, that is all I know for now. I will keep you posted as soon as I hear anything.


I just know something is happening - many are calling on God to move in Matthew's behalf! Including us. How I wish we could be there to help you carry the load that you are walking with right now. I can't imagine going through trials without the hand of God on our lives. So we trust the three of you into His care and will continually leave you there as we pray! All of NAOMI (Native American Outreach Ministries, INC) has adopted Matthew as a special prayer concern and they are always asking me for an update. Even when we leave here on Sunday I expect that they will be keeping up with his progress on their own. We love you very much!

Jennifer and Jason:

I am a friend of Kaye's and want you to know that I read your updates every day. Please know that the three of you are in our prayers. Just remember God is good and he is working in little Matthew's life even when he seems so silent. I anxiously await your updates. Keep the faith.

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