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Meet Daisy, a two year old little girl. She had no health problems when she was born and her parents were very happy to receive this blessing. Her mum, Emmaculate is still a high school student in Form 3. We asked her if it was hard to concentrate … Read more
Meet Daisy, a two year old little girl. She had no health problems when she was born and her parents were very happy to receive this blessing. Her mum, Emmaculate is still a high school student in Form 3. We asked her if it was hard to concentrate on her studies because of her child, but she told us that God’s grace has been sufficient so far and she can’t wait to be a candidate and be done with her education after her national exams.
At six months of age, Daisy got a boil on her thigh but it was internal. Her mum thought that it was just a swelling that would go away after massaging for a while. It did not and she had to take her to the hospital for a check up. The procedure Daisy went through was done the wrong way which caused her leg to swell even more and it became deformed around her knee region. This made it difficult for her to walk and move around. Emmaculate was worried about her daughter and she decided to seek further medical attention. She heard about CURE from a friend and she brought Daisy to be seen.
Daisy needs corrective surgery for her leg. The surgery will really improve her mobility and it will be easier for her when she's old enough to attend school. Please pray for Daisy, that she might go through surgery successfully and that her recovery is smooth!
Can you see by that face that Daisy was feeling shy today? She had her cast taken off, an x-ray taken, then her pins were to come out and a new cast put on. “She wants to walk!” her mom told us today. We’re thankful for all the healing that has already happened for Daisy. Soon she’ll be walking cast-free! We’ll catch her next on mobile clinic on June 19th.
Friends, Daisy is going home today! This is sad for us because we really enjoyed her company but we are also happy that she will be in a familiar environment and this will help in her recovery process. Please pray for safety as she travels home and for Daisy’s mum as she just yesterday gave her life to Christ. We will see Daisy when she comes back for review. Jackson, one of our great nurses at CURE helped with Daisy’s cannula before she left. We're so thankful for the gentle care our nurses give our kids!
Daisy was bubbly today and she even had the opportunity to play with building blocks thanks to Pastor Emmy who is in charge of the playroom! She was also able to sit up today which means her pain has subsided. However, the biggest highlight today was that Daisy’s mum gave her life to Jesus Christ! Pastor Phoebe helped her to come to Christ. This is just special because it means now that she will be able to commit everything she does to Christ. This is very exciting and we ask you to celebrate with us and thank God with us and pray that Daisy’s mum is able to continue in her Christian journey from here on with faithfulness!
Daisy’s surgery was successful today! Now she just has to hold on to her mum’s hand as hard as possible when she is in pain and hopefully have the patience to overcome it. Please pray with us for her healing and speedy recovery! Daisy is a bit sad because there will be very minimal movement today but we hope she understands that she needs to rest and heal.
Our cute little friend was lying right next to her mum this morning when we first saw her. She was grumpy because she had not eaten anything. Daisy will have her surgery today and we ask you to please pray for her!
Daisy is a bit shy but we are sure she will warm up to everyone at CURE very soon! She is here for surgery but she spent the whole day today walking around the hospital with her mum. She had the opportunity to go to the playroom but when her mom left her, she would cry because she didn’t want to be away from her. Please pray for Daisy as she prepares to go for surgery tomorrow!
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