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Mom and dad sleepless. Babygirl rallies.

by accidentaltourist on February 20, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


For those who sent up prayers for my friend and her family...thank you. Babygirl is better today, momma says. She slept most of the day yesterday, and most of the night. Which is uncharacteristic for a child with her kind of brain damage, because her brain/body does not require the sleep that the average child might need. Mom and dad spent the night watching her closely, barely resting themselves, but today she is more herself and they are very grateful.

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