Look into Josiah's Eyes

Posted by Milo Wilson On Friday, May 22, 2009 5 comments

Here is our little guy at about 3 am this morning. He is still slowly recovering from the heart cath surgery on wed, and hasn't really woke up from it yet. These nurses are sweet, and they gave him the puppy you see in the picture, and make sure his arms are always wrapped around it in some way. As you can see, his eyes are now open, and are begining to be responsive rather than just a blank stare. He moves his arms with some control, and he will squeeze your hand. He is begining to initiate his own breaths, which is an encouragement. It is really good to see him come out of such a deep sleep. Keep praying. We will do the best we can to keep everyone informed!

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5 comments to Look into Josiah's Eyes

  1. says:

    Valley High Milo. I am praying for Josiah. I touched his picture on the screen and lifted him in prayer before the Lord. I am so thankful and praiseful for his great progress!

    Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are with me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me. Psalms 23:4

    In the grip of grace,

    Travis and Kristen Holmes

    travis@arisechurch.tv

  1. says:

    The Butcher Family Precious Josiah is in our prayers! He is just beautiful!

    Blessings & peace~ Rebecca Butcher

    www.babygirlbutcher.blogspot.com
    www.annabellebaskets.blogspot.com

  1. says:

    The Butcher Family Precious Josiah is in our prayers! He is just beautiful!

    Blessings & peace~ Rebecca Butcher

    www.annabellebaskets.blogspot.com

  1. says:

    Anonymous He is so precious, lefting Josiah up in praying & you & Erin & the girls. we love you guys.
    Dawn & Maddie

  1. says:

    Meredith Shannon I just heard of your story from a friend and want you to know I will be praying for Josiah and your family. God does amazing things and I know it is in his power to heal Josiah. In Him-Meredith

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