Saturday, May 26, 2012


Dasha on the left!


We talked to our LAMb Team on the ground just a short while ago -  in Kyrgyzstan and the report is good.  4 hours of surgery and now at this time Dasha is in the intensive care unit - expected to be there for just one day and then on to the room for recovery.  Madlin is with her every day and we have a nurse there as well.  She is well cared for.

This little girl has never been to school - doctors orders!  She wants to go with the other girls and we pray this is a turn around for her.  We know she will need tutoring and additional help to catch up.  We are committed to doing what we can to make this happen.

In the process of this wait our team has been in contact with her mother and was able to get both her mother and father to agree to go to the hospital to see her before her surgery.  We pray we might continue this visitation and build on the visits for a healthy relationship.  Little Dasha deserves her family and we pray her family will come to deserve her.  Zukrah (out staff/team member from KG) took mom and dad to the hospital and spent the day there with them.  Again - our team is a committed family focused team.

We honor the teams work and commitment to the goals of Dayspring - permanency with a family for all children we are entrusted with.

We look forward to bright and healthy future for Dasha.  Please continue to pray for her.

The LAMb Team 

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