Kindness from a Nurse and Packing the Bag

The day was a quiet one for Melanie and Baby. We continue to be grateful for your prayers! Mid-day, Melanie’s nurse asked her if she had any lunch guests coming, and she said no (Nathan was working). The nurse wondered if she would like to go outside and eat lunch together, and Melanie was very happy about that. The nurse pushed her down to a picnic table, and they enjoyed the stunning weather. Truly, our weather today felt like Colorado: crisp, almost cool, and breezy. Totally delightful.

On the home front, Anna worked with the little girls on pulling out baby things. They also put together a diaper bag of things for Baby Brother.

We continue to trust and wait, and Baby Max is another day stronger!



“And therefore will the LORD wait,
that he may be gracious unto you,

and therefore will he be exalted,
that he may have mercy upon you:

for the Lord is a God of judgment:
blessed are all they that wait for him.”

Isaiah 30:18

5 thoughts on “Kindness from a Nurse and Packing the Bag”

  1. Amen for another day. What a sweet blessing for Melanie to be able to get some fresh air and sun. Looks as if the girls put together a nice bag for baby. We’ll continue in prayer for all.

  2. Thank you so much for continuing to update. I am sure the resting and being at the hospital is trying, but, Praise God baby is still doing well!!! The Lord is so good. We will continue to pray and check in for updates.

  3. Praise the Lord for another day. He is so faithful!! We are praying!! “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the LORD for ever: for in the LORD JEHOVAH is everlasting strength:” Isaiah 26: 3-4
    Thank you for the verse. Yes! Almost a week longer Baby Max has had to grow inside the womb. Pretty amazing!

  4. That’s so nice about the nurse! What a wonderful lady she must be! Whenever I need to see a medical person, I always thank God that they followed His calling to pursue the medical profession. I’m so grateful to have these men and women who have sacrificed so much (in time and money) to care for all of us.

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