| FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“|
DATE: JUNE 26, 2021
HOSPITAL RELEASES BABY JUMA
Nine-week-old Juma suffered from gastroenteritis vs. Malaria as first diagnosed. His treatment was changed and he recovered rapidly, PTL! Thank you all for your prayers.
Baby Juma ready to leave the hospital.
Our 10 infants are all home and healthy. Just a few runny noses which happens as this is our “winter”. Nighttime temps are around 50ºF/14ºC. Days are in the 70’s/20’s with a breeze. It’s very cold for our children, as they are accustomed to temperatures in the 90’sF/32ºC or greater.
Dave with Baby Adelina (who doesn’t like strangers, but she took to Dave immediately!)
BUMPS IN THE AIR, BUT DAVE IS HOME
Dave flew out of Pemba on Wednesday to face a grueling trip home. Just before boarding, he received notification that his next flight from Johannesburg to England had been cancelled!
I had to awaken our USA secretary at 2:30 a.m. USA time, who promptly called the airline to request another flight.
Dave made the new flight at 11pm to Holland where he caught a flight to Atlanta, then to Grand Rapids. Exhausted, but thrilled to be home, Dave is willing to come again next year if possible.
I PTL FOR HIS HELP AND DEDICATION WITH FOOD BUYING THIS YEAR. THANKS TO ALL WHO PRAYED FOR HIS SAFE RETURN.
TRIPLETS REDUCED TO TWO
On Thursday, 24th, the aunt and uncle of our latest triplets only came to weigh-in with 2 infants. Donito, the firstborn infant, had been admitted to the Montepuez Regional Hospital with breathing difficulties.
Sadly, on Friday, a family member dropped by to tell us that Donito didn’t survive. His siblings, who were born by Caesarian section vs. natural birth for Donito, are both gaining weight, and doing well.
PLZ PRAY FOR THIS FAMILY IN THEIR TIME OF MOURNING, AND FOR THE OTHER 2 INFANTS TO GROW STRONG.
Donilto (1.9kg/4.18lbs.) and Denilta (2kg/4.4lbs) are getting stronger.
YOUR LOVING PRAYERS AND EMAILS FOR ALL OF US ARE MUCH APPRECIATED.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF