My heart goes out this evening to a fellow blogger who I have never met, but feel as if I have known forever. Her name is Jennifer a.k.a. MckMama and is need of prayer for her family. I have followed her blog for the last year while reading her amazing journey while being pregnant with her son Stellan a.k.a MckMuffin. Her son was diagnosed with premature atrial contractions (heart failure) while in the womb at 20 weeks. They had prepared for the worse, but prayed for the best...a miracle! With a diagnoses that would more then likely kill her son, the lord healed him and he was brought into this world a healthy baby boy...Amen! Now, Stellan faces another terrible and scary moment in his tiny life. He is currently in the PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) and has been diagnosed with RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) very scary! The doctors are doing all they can, so this is where your help comes in. Jennifer and her family are in need of your prayers to help their little guy pull through. Please pray for baby Stellan while he fights yet again for his precious life.
If you would like to follow the updates and progress of baby Stellan, you can see her blog on the sidebar of my blog or by pressing the button above.
Thank you for joining me in prayer for this family! Your Friend, Stephanie
I have many loves in my life, but the most important are the two men that consume my life. I have been married to a wonderful man named Joel for six years. He is my best friend, soul mate, and the first to steal my heart. The second is my son Austin who is the most precious gift from god I have ever received. After trying for four years, Austin came into our lives on October 31st 2007.
My name is Stephanie! I am a dedicated wife, mother, and friend. I love to spend my time traveling, shopping, dancing, and MOST OF ALL spending time with my friends and family. I am a fun and outgoing person who truly has a passion for life. I love to meet new people, make new friends and experience new things. My motto is, you only have one life to live, so you might as well "live like you were dying."