Wednesday, January 21, 2009

prayer request

To all of our wonderful supporters, we ask that you join us in praying
that Baby A's sac will repair itself and that her fluids replenish.
We also pray that I won't get any infections that can effect all the
babies and cause me to go into preterm labor. We also ask that I will
be able to hold off from delivery until at least 24 weeks (when the
babies are first viable).

In the meantime, I will be in the hospital on strict bedrest, resting
and praying for the best. It is all in God's hands.

Thanks again for all your kind offers, thoughts and prayers.


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  1. I'm new to your blog and just thought I would say hello and send my prayers your way. I found you through one of the other quad mommas!
    Praying for those sweet babies and you to make it WELL past 24 weeks!!

  2. Lauren I am so sorry to hear what has been going on, I will be praying for you and the babies. You guys are all I can think about today. I just want to you know how much I care and that I will be glued to yours and Josh's blogs for updates. I will see you soon.

    Love, Kelly

  3. Lots of prayers for all of you. I am so sorry you're having to face this challenge. Please know we're all pullin' for you!

  4. Hey Lauren. Kris and I are praying for you, Josh and your sweet babies.

  5. Still praying and checking for updates like any good stalker :)

  6. Hang in there girlie. We're all praying for you guys. Trust in God. He is able..... Tina

  7. You can count on our prayers as well. May baby A's sac repair, and may you go well beyond 24 weeks!!!

  8. Lesli and Mark GresholdtJanuary 25, 2009 at 8:30 PM

    Hi Lauren and Josh,
    We are friends of Mike and Allison Pernecky and heard about your pregnancy and now this current situation. May this just be a "bump in the road" and may the babies all be healthy and safe! We will be praying for you, your husband and your four babies and checking in on your blog frequently!

    "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding." - Proverbs 3:5

    Sounds like you are already doing this!

    Lesli and Mark Gresholdt
    Chicago, IL