Posted by: Nancy Brown | July 11, 2007

Wordless Wednesday!!!

 For those who say Miracles can’t happen… We have seen them. We are watching them grow, learn and love. In our family there is no DOUBT that someone Higher and Bigger than us is out there.  How lucky we feel that he has bestowed 3 Precious miracles to one place!!


Baby Noah just received his new heart. At last report he was doing well and holding his own. What a miracle. 12 Days on the transplant list. We are so grateful to have him in our family!!

Kayden, a cowboy in the making, got a new kidney. What a selfless gift that someone could donate during their time of crisis! 9 months and counting. What a miracle!!

Tyler, weighing in at 1 lb 11 ounces and lived to tell about it. Someone has great things that they have entrusted these boys to us!

Miracles Happen. We have seen them!!

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  1. Kayden looks so little compared to how big he is now! He is my cute little baby. Glad Noah is doing good and Kayden loves to see pictures of Ty Ty.

  2. Miracles do happen! Look how handsome these boys are!

  3. Wow, three miracles. How awesome. I would guess this will be the top WW post today. Bless you and yours and have a great WW. 🙂

  4. What a mighty God we serve!

  5. Such beautiful miracle babies! It’s truly a WW for me.

  6. Yes! I do believe in miracles and a very powerful God! Beautiful babies you have there! Sending many praises to God for your miracles!!! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Precious babies. Miracles indeed. I have one of my own!

  8. What beautiful little babies, what wonderful miracles, and what a great WW!

  9. Awesome!

    I’m a little slow…. so are you saying all three boys are in the family. Are they cousins?

    Editors note: All three are TYLER’S cousins. Noah is my SIL baby and Kayden is my Sisters baby.

  10. Beautiful babies and beautiful miracles. Praise be to God.

    In his endless love,

    Angel ( Angel Mama )

  11. Absolutely correct!! They all three are miracles and I’m pleased that I’ve gotten to know them a little through our blogs! Neat!

  12. After hearing stories like these, I really do believe in miracles!

  13. Im really too overwhelmed to know what to say…I know what is involved in organ transplants for adults, and thats a bad enough ordeal, but these precious little tiny ones – well, it just escapes me what to say.
    My very best wishes to all three little battlers!
    and Thank you for visiting my blog.

  14. We have a similar story to picture number 3. Our triplets were 2lb.13oz., 2lb.,3oz. and 1lb.,6oz. God is definitely still in the miracle business.

  15. We’ve been witness to a miracle as well. It’s so amazing to see God’s work in this day and time.

  16. What beautiful and inspiring stories. Thanks for sharing them!

  17. Incredible! Just beautiful. It will be interesting to see God’s plans for them as they grow up!

  18. My sister has PDA, it was diagnosed when she’s six. She doesn’t want to undergo the ioperation though… she’s 17 now…

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