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.

  • Shawn Nakamoto
    Posted at 22:00h, 07 January

    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

  • Kathy Phillips
    Posted at 22:47h, 07 January

    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

  • The Kalama Ohana
    Posted at 10:04h, 08 January

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

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