Updates on Victoria Lily Joy van den Broek, born 120705.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Saterday morning the 29th of october

Update on Saturday Morning by Ron.
I tried to update yesterday after our visit to the hospital, but could not get an internet connection.
Tracy has just phoned to say that Victoria will remain in the isolation cubicle where she was put yesterday for a couple more days as she still has an infection, there is another baby on the ward who is similarly infected. The cause is not yet known. Victoria is making progress overall although she is having some morphine because of pain which is causing her some distress. Tracy is in much better spirits now and I left Samuel with her yesterday. Lucy had stayed with her on Thursday night and left yesterday for Leicester. Tracy has been advised that they are most unlikely to be able to leave the hospital before the end of next week, at the earliest.
She has asked that we pray that God will give her an oppertunity to engage in profitable conversation with a Jewish couple whose baby had the same op. as Victoria a couple of days ago. She has greeted them when she sees them and would like to be able to talk to them. she has been able to speak to another couple in the last few days.
We do thank you for your interest, practical concern, and especially your prayers to God for us as a family at this time. God is caring for us and we are very thankful, although the children would be much happier to have Tracy and Victoria at home.
Connections permitting we will keep you informed,


  • At 12:42 PM, Blogger Sarah said…

    Thank you for the update, Ron. We send all our best love, wishes and prayers.
    The Bauermeistersxxx

  • At 7:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Thank you for your update, Ron, it's so good to be able to follow events in prayer.

    Interestingly Claire Scott and I had a good chance to talk to some Orthodox Jews on the way back from Italy as they were on their way back from the feast of tabernacles. We will certainly pray that Tracey will have the opportunity and the peace ot be able to talk to this family.

    We all send you our love,

    Ruth DAvies and family


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