7 Jan

Makoa opened his eyes for about 30 minutes tonight.  Unfortunately, Tiffany didn’t get to witness it, but I did manage to snap a few photos of him looking around.  I truly believe that he is getting strength from all the thoughts and prayers being said for him.  Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

3 Responses to “Hello!”

  1. Shawn Nakamoto 07. Jan, 2010 at 10:00 pm #

    Hi Lindsey, Tiffany and Laurie,
    Makoa is so adorable and we’re all praying for him to pull through. My son Matt, (now a freshman in college) was in the NICU for 10 days before we brought him home. Although he wasn’t a preemie (in fact he was 9 lbs and overdue), he was a really sick baby and we were so scared. Long story short, he grew up to be a healthy young man and a college athlete. Makoa is surrounded by a top medical team and the love of his family. Keeping you all in our prayers!

    Much aloha,
    Shawn Nakamoto

  2. Kathy Phillips 07. Jan, 2010 at 10:47 pm #

    Lindsey and family,

    I’ve been a longtime friend of your mom’s and have sent positive thoughts and prayers your way many times over the years. In a similar story to Shawn Nakamoto’s, my son Jesse was in NICU here in Hawaii when he was born almost 18 years ago. It was such a scare but he too grew up to be a hale and hearty young man. The caregivers in NICU are amazing people and I know that Makoa will pull through with flying colors with their care and the love of his family and friends. God bless you all

    With love and aloha,

    Kathy Phillips

  3. The Kalama Ohana 08. Jan, 2010 at 10:04 am #

    Precious in the eyes of God…And chosen by Him…Love it Lindsey! Great Job Daddy!

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