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news from Cazale

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Baby update from Cazale

Junes is continuing to improve! I didn’t have time to post it yesterday, but he was up on his hands and knees trying to crawl as we were leaving.

3 picts to post for now:
Bath time in the IC tent (Gerlina was NOT happy it was her turn)

Gerlina later, after she recovered from the water torture and hanging out on the porch with me.

The IC tent yesterday when I went to say goodbye.

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We have enjoyed a leisurely lunch and some ice cream in the Miami airport. Only 4 hours to go before the flight to Nashville. What to do, what to do?

People watching for now? Why yes, I think so.

Not as good as the zoo or Walmart, but pretty close!

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No one was harmed in the taking of these photos.

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Sad news

I’m sorry to report that sweet Benji died this afternoon. Even though its sad to know a little one never got to enjoy years of life, he is in Heaven now. He will never know hunger, poverty, injustice or despair. Benji will live forever surrounded by God’s glorious love for him.

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These cuties just arrived.  They are hand made by a local lady here in the village of Cazale. If you want one (or several) let me know by 10:00pm tonight. We are leaving early in the morning and packing tonight. ALL the money goes to the artisan and Real Hope For Haiti.

10in. doll $12
8 in. doll $6 (boy or girl)

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Baby update

Benji is still not doing well and is now on oxygen, IV and a feeding tube (He’s been on IV since I first told you about him.) We just went to see him and his little hands were cold.

Junes is doing remarkably better. He only cries when he’s hungry and yesterday he was playing with an empty pill bottle. It’s not clear if there is any permanent damage from the high fever.

Anilie’s baby is also on IV now.  I believe it was started on Saturday. The mom refuses to hold the baby, and still doesn’t acknowledge this is her baby. The sweet little thing doesn’t even have a name. We call her “little one”.

There was also a newborn admitted today. The daddy brought the baby to the clinic. It’s healthy, but the mother abandoned the baby and the daddy had no one to help care for an infant. (Sorry I don’t know if its a boy or girl.) RHFH tries to help keep families together. They will care for the child until its about 2 yrs old. At that time, the family is reunited. Most parents don’t want to give up their children, they just don’t see any other way for the baby to be taken care of. This way the family can come visit the child whenever they want, the child gets the care they need while an infant, and then gets to go back home with the family.

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Tena’s here too!

I keep trying to get Tena to add something to the blog. So far, I’ve had no luck. Maybe if I post pictures I’ll be more persuasive!

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