Little Makoa was born two weeks early on January 4th 2010.  Our journey with little Makoa is sure to be a bumpy one, but we are so blessed to have him as our son, and we are even more grateful that God has chosen him for us.  Makoa means “Fearless” in Hawaiian and we are praying that he stays true to his name.

We are firm believers in the power of prayer and this purpose of this blog is to share Makoa’s story and his journey with those willing to take the time and pray for our little miracle.  We are so appreciative of those who hold Makoa in their thoughts and prayers and we continue to pray that he gets well soon.

God Bless!

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  1. Lala 07. Jan, 2010 at 7:09 pm #

    The prayer circle continues and is far and wide. Our thanks to family and friends in Hawaii, CA, NYC, NC, UT, MN, LS, FL, OR for their love and continued prayers for a miracle. Mahalo….

  2. kelly kettrick 07. Jan, 2010 at 9:32 pm #

    Add WA to that prayer circle! Stay strong for all three kids! Much love from the Kettricks!

  3. Stephanie Engelkins 08. Jan, 2010 at 1:12 pm #

    Tami(I am her sister from Col Spgs) told me about sweet little Makoa. I will continue to get updates from her and your blog. I hope things turn around soon for the little guy, he seems like a fighter!
    I love the little picture of him, he’s a cutie.

    I will keep all five of you in my thoughts.

    Sending sweet blessings and hope from Colorado!

  4. Brenda, Ashley, Anna and Jody 09. Jan, 2010 at 11:38 am #

    Add Virginia To that circle of prayers and love. We are thinking of you and I’m keeping Grandaddy and mema ruth updated.

  5. Alia Henson 12. Jan, 2010 at 8:42 pm #

    To the Breeden OHANA my love and prayers are with you Trevor (my husband) and I know all too well the power of our lord jesus christ he is amazing and he is with your family and holding Makoa in his precious hands – from your hapa family the MAHI’s now Henson!

  6. The Kandell Klan 21. Jan, 2010 at 2:16 pm #

    Dearest precious Makoa and his oh loving and loved Family,

    We have just returned from my own triumphant test results of our family’s miracle of recovery, to read Lala’s and your email and updates, only to just now discover your families challenging journey of birth and health.

    I am living proof of what the positive effects of modern medicine, prayers, blessings, words, energy, support, efforts and one’s own spirit. can and does assist in bringing both short-term comfort and healing, as well as long-term lasting effects. We are all connected, and as such, please know that your family will continue to be held in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. With loyal love & friendship always…

  7. The Bretschneiders 22. Feb, 2010 at 10:03 am #

    That photo that Tiffany posted is too cute. So much personality shows through. We are keeping Makoa in our prayers. He’s got the whole world (and beyong) pulling for him. He couldn’t have been born into a more beautiful family. You don’t still do that Chllingworth Row, do you? The Bretschneiders all send their love.

  8. Jan 16. Dec, 2010 at 4:42 pm #

    Dear Makoa & Family:

    My first grandchild, Makoa San Nicolas, was born on 7/7 2010, early like you (by 3 weeks). But he is a fat and healthy baby today after a rocky start. I googled the word “Makoa” and found this blog. I knew that Makoa means “fearless” and am glad to know that other brave babies like you are living up to the meaning and the beauty of the name. Prayers to all.

    Makoa’s Nana Jan

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