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December 18, 2009

This Little Boy Will Not Be Home For Christmas

The Fighting Prince of

Donegal

Columbus, known to many as Killian Patrick Madrid, known to me as Mr. Kilpatrick (my 7th grandchild), won't be able to come home from Children's Hospital for Christmas because he's not quite ready, the doctors say. But he's getting close, oh so close. And everyone in the family is waiting anxiously for "The Big News."

The little man who was born three months premature, weighing in at 2 lbs. 2 ozs., has been literally packing on the ounces. He's now tipping the scale at a beefy 4 lbs. 15 ozs. So, although he still has to ramp up a bit more, it's looking as if he may be able to leave the hospital and go home sometime in mid-January. And that is a Christmas present we're all anxiously waiting for.

Check out my son Timothy's blog for the most recent Mr. Kilpatrick updates and pictures.


10 comments:

  1. I'm so glad to hear it! I started out life early and small, and I'm doing fine now... a baby who is being held up by so much prayer will surely have and bring blessings.

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  2. Be assured of my prayers for you Grandson and for the family. This is very hopeful news! Have a blessed Christmas!

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  3. wow! i still can't get over 3 months early!!!!

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  4. Such a cutie pie!!!! Prayers from all of the Mazerolle family!!! :)

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  5. Thanks be to God!

    My prayers are with this little fighter and his family.

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  6. Great news, he'll be bench pressing in no time!

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  7. Wonderful news! God Bless little Killian. :)

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  8. As the mother of two premature babies, I understand the rollercoaster that your family is on. I will continue to pray for all of you.

    God Bless!

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  9. What a wonderful update, Patrick! We'll give Killian and family a holy shout out at our rosary group tomorrow. Merry Christmas!

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  10. Thanks Patrick for sharing with us all. It's such a joy to see him doing well. Thanks be to God. - Blessings - Rene

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