The end of a big week - Aria MacDonald

The end of a big week

It has been a big week and we end on a pretty good note.  Aria had another great day, sitting up in a little kiddie sized wheel chair for over two hours at two different times.  Yay-so proud of her.

The medical report is all good.  We were a bit nervous about her kidneys yesterday cause she didn’t pee all day but overnight and today she had regular nappies/diapers.

There is a prayer meeting Sunday morning NZ time at our old place- Sturdee Road.  I have sent my sister a list of prayer points and praise.  Thanks for organising Alex and being proactive.  Prayer makes a HUGE difference!!!!!!  Please attend.

Anyway, thanks again for your support.  Yes Aria was on the front page of the Dom Post yesterday.   They have been following Aria’s story for awhile now and we appreciate their support.

14 Responses to “The end of a big week”

  1. lisa says:

    I pray for you all. Aria is awesome.

  2. Samantha Sutherland says:

    What a nice way to end the week. We will pray for you at the Thanksgiving service tomorrow along with Lara’s donor. Plenty of time to reflect and be grateful for the miracles that have already happened along with the ones to come. Hugs to you, hope you get some time out this weekend give each other a big hug from us xxx

  3. Lyaine says:

    so glad to hear aria had another good day today.Praise God for what he is doing. keep strong.

  4. Kathleen and Anita says:

    Yes another big week has passed- yet isn’t it comforting to know that God isn’t limited to “time”, like days and weeks. Actually He works outside time, it doesn’t hinder Him in the least. And what is even more comforting is that His timing is perfect. He is never behind, never late and . . . He is never taken by surprise. WOW What a great God we have! We’ll be at that Sturdee Road prayer meeting “in spirit”. Oh, that another thing – God isn’t limited by distance!

  5. Lisa Robertson says:

    She is one fantastic girl your Aria!!! Love to you all x

  6. Lisa says:

    Aria is an amazing little girl and you and Hamish are extraordinary parents. My heart broke for you when the transplant was not successful. Aria has touched the lives of so many people, even those who are complete strangers like me. Thank you for your posts and sharing your story. You are all an inspiration. Stay strong. My thoughts are with you always.

  7. Judy Palmer says:

    I will be praying in my own church tomorrow morning(a bit far to go from Ch-ch) but I’m sure all our prayers will merge together for Aria
    and for all of you. Blessings, Judy.

  8. Natalie and Cody says:

    Yay – stay strong wee Aria – hugs to youall

  9. Linley and Bill says:

    Thankyou for the updates on Aria’s progress, we were very sorry to hear that the transplant was not successful, and we pray that a new doner will be found soon.
    Our thoughts are with you all, be strong.

  10. Helen says:

    Hi, I’ve been following your story for a while and I just wanted to say how gutted I am for you that you’ll have to go through this all over again. I’m completely in awe what wonderful people you are and how well you have come through these tough times. I will be sending positive healing thoughts to you from windy Wellington. As someone has already said: kia kaha!

  11. Samantha Seccombe says:

    Thank you for the lovely photos. It’s so good to see Aria sitting up and playing.
    She looks very pretty in her dress too!
    We pray for you all every day. With our love.
    The Seccombes xxx

  12. jen says:

    praying 🙂

  13. Ali/nerdygirl says:

    Hey guys,

    Thinking of you every day. Hoping organs come super quick.

    Love always,

    Ali xoxo

  14. Tiffany Keller says:

    It’s nice to know that you ended the week on a good note! It’s also good to know that Aria still has her good days, even after dealing with everything she’s been through! Aria is such a fighter! 🙂 God Bless!

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