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Fri, 22 Dec 2006 12:22 - Merry Christmas, Beautiful Boy! Thank you for the wonderful post on Jaymun's progress. I check all the time. Praying hard in IL, Michele S and Family

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 12:39 - Jaymun and family...........I just wanted to let you know that I check in regularly to see how you are doing. You are such a precious angel and should not be having to suffer the way you are. May the Lord keep you in his hand and deliver you the good health that is beginning to emerge! Merry Christmas to your family as they can breathe a small sigh of relief that you have passed yet another large hurdle! Diana in Ohio

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 09:59 - We are so glad for such wonderful news about Jaymun. Your post was beautiful. What a very, very blessed Christmas present. To God be the Glory! Great Things He Has Done! We sought the Lord through tears of supplication. Dave and Jennifer, He saves all your tears in a bottle (Psalms)...no battle is ever forgotten of the Lord! Gordy and Lori Ehr and Family

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 10:00 - Praise GOD!!! I'm bawling. I too know what it is like to have a sick baby. Praise God!!! Jill Gallegos

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 11:07 - Dave and familty, Just tuned in and found your beautiful news from the 21st. We all here in New Jersey are so thankful!! We have been following your journal but never signed in but this time........a must! I just love a Christmas miracle!! Jaymun and the entire family are in our prayers and heart. Susan Kelly Advanced Water Conditioning Riverdale, NJ

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 10:58 - Thank God... so happy to hear good news for Jaymun. We are wishing for more good news to follow. Merry Christmas to your family. Love & Prayers from Heidi and family in Michigan.

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 9:40 - Praise God! Just in time for Christmas too. What a miracle! What a fighter! Merry Christmas! Aimee Houston

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 06:53 - Dave, Jennifer, Ben, Kirsten, Devon, Sean & Jaymun, For the past couple of weeks, my daughter has been asking me what my favorite Christmas song is. I have several I love & was unable to give her just one, much to her dismay. "Mom, you HAVE to pick one. Just one." (insert 7-yr old's eye roll here) After reading this update, I am happy to say I can now give her the answer she has been waiting for: "Silent Night" We continue to pray, along with many friends & family members, for Jaymun. Blessings to you all during this Christmas time. Todd, Jenny, Asha, Ryder & Kole Ress

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 08:38 - That posting was so beautiful. I don't know what you do for a living but it could be writing. Thank God for Jaymun's progress. I'm samantha's grandmother so hope to see you on the hot unit soon. Marbeth Foley

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 04:56 - Oh, how we have prayed, pleaded, and begged God for this turn-around. Praise the LORD! I have chills and so look forward to hearing more progress. Chris & Jennifer in TN

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 07:54 - Dear Jaymun, Dave, Jennifer and family, oh my, there are no words to describe the feelings after reading your new post - it’s like I’m there with you and listening to the Christmas music, and watching Jaymun... There is no greater gift, and praise the Lord for blessing Jaymun and you with his recovery. May you have the best Christmas ever - I know we will! Our prayers and love will continue to be with you all through this Christmas time! Pam & Russ Denker

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 02:32 - It's 4am here in Houston... sitting here not being able to sleep. Since I had already looked at your journal last night before going to bed, I really didn't expect to see an update at this time of the morning. I'm so glad I checked. There are so many emotions that I know so many of us feel when reading your journal entries, but this particular one has really moved me. I'm sitting here and I just can't stop crying. Not just tearing up... but literally crying so hard I can barely see what I'm typing. I feel like I'm witnessing something special... a chistmas miracle in the happening maybe? It's obvious that Jaymin has touched the hearts of so many people from so many places. I know he has wrapped himself around my heart I don't see him as a stranger... I feel like he's a memeber of the family. Maybe that's because we're all brothers and sisters through Christ. I think we can all also say that we are witnessing the power of prayer, which I've said a million times that I truly believe in. I will continue praying, not only for Jaymun, but for his mommy and daddy and his brothers and sister. You have all endured something that someone so tiny should not have to... and as a family with a new member or your family, shouldn't have to endure as well. May God continue to give you all the strength. Love and warm wishes to you all!!!.... Mary (Houston, TX)

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 04:43 - We were blessed with 2 healthy sons, that are now adults. I will continue to pray for your little Jaymun, and check back on his progress. What a beautiful little boy, he is truly a blessing to you, even as a special needs child, makes him all the more special.

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 23:42 - Jaymun ~ You are a precious little boy. Your pictures make my heart smile and I always pray for you and your family when I check out your website. You see, my daughter was in the NICU for 96 days when she was first born (last Dec.). She was a micro-preemie…born 15 weeks too soon. It was a long, hard road. In fact, we lost her twin sister when she was 13 days old. We didn’t know how we were going to be able to go on. But the good Lord above gives us strength in forms that we could never imagine. My daughter eventually overcame all of the horrible obstacles that were set before her. She came home and is now a healthy, happy one year old. Your road might seem long and the journey too hard…but hold on to God’s strength and His love for you and you will overcome. Last year at this time, I could never have imagined that I would be getting ready to share Christmas with a vibrant little girl at home…but I am. I am praying that this time next year, your mommy and daddy will look back at this time and say the very same thing…”Look how far we have come! Praise the Lord.” Hang in there little one and be strong. God bless you and your family. Lisa from Virginia

Wed, 8 Nov 2006 13:23 - Jenny, Dave and family, You have touched my heart deeply. Your family has always impressed me. The two of you always look "in love" and show that unconditional love to your children. I have witnessed your generocity of both love and posessions for so many people in your lives. God has brought you together and kept you in His love from day one. I pray for strength and courage for you everyday. Thank you for sharing this experience with the world. I have the priviledge of being Sean's preschool teacher. He is a wonderful well adjusted boy that is not afraid to tell anyone how important God is in his life. I can depend on him to tell the Bible story the "right" way because his Dad tells him a Bible story every night. He is sleeping peacfully as I write this during nap time. I am here for you whenever you need me. Blessings and peace. Mrs. Barb Schallock Random Lake, WI

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