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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Abby's Homecoming 10 Years Ago!


It was on Columbus Day ten years ago that we finally got to bring Abby home from Primary Children's Medical Center in SLC, UT. She spent her first 114 days of life there after arriving way too early (26 weeks). You would never know she was a preemie today. She has excellent eye sight, very athletic, beautiful, smart, and sweet. We will forever be greatful for the wonderful employees and angels that reside at that facility as well as all the family, friends, and neighbors that fasted, prayed, and helped us in countless ways to endure that time of our lives! WE LOVE YOU ABBY!!

6 comments:

Schimbeck's said...

Abby you are a special kid..I never prayed so hard as I did 10 years ago for you, and I know your parents did too. We love you.

Anonymous said...

That was the most "joyful day", I and grandpa remembered it well and talked about it often. Thank God again that you both survived! You are a beautiful young girl "abba dabba"!

Anonymous said...

Yes, that was the most "joyful day", grandpa and I used to talk about it often. Thank God again that you both survived! You are a very fortunate and beautiful girl "abba dabba" It made me cry seeing that picture again....

Brenda said...

I remember when you guys were going through all of this. These are the things that bring tears to my eyes. I am so grateful for the miracles we get to see in this life.

Jamie said...

HOLY CRAP has it been 10 years? I didn't know she was already 10! She was so teeny, and I remember the call to fast and pray for you and your baby.
I also remember thinking I never wanted to go through that - and almost did with Andelyn. I was blessed though, and she waited until 35 weeks. You guys have been so blessed with your amazing girls!

Amber Lee said...

Jolin, I've been wondering if you had a blog, and then today I came across it through a friend of a friend's blog. I'm glad you have this post about Abby, because I was just thinking about all that the other day. I've been on bed rest for 2 months with complications with this one, and I'm only at 24 1/2 weeks. I'm starting to lose my mind, but I just keep thinking that I don't want to find myself living at Primary Children's and praying for my child to survive, so I go back to bed. How's everything else?