How I SAVED my Newborn Daughter’s Life– The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease. You Must ASK To Receive

by | January 5, 2020

In life we get what we ask for, if you stay mute and quiet for fear of upsetting people, you won’t lead a completely fulfilled life.
In this case it was completely possible that my daughter might have died …

Video: How I SAVED my Newborn Daughter’s Life– The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease. ASK and ye Shall Receive.

In life we get what we ask for, if you stay mute and quiet for fear of upsetting people, you won’t lead a completely fulfilled life.
In this case it was completely possible that my daughter might have died had I not been persistent and asked for exactly what we needed.

Our baby girl was born with an obstructed bowel, something that takes place to 1/5000 babies. The pediatrician had left for New Years Eve and was out of town, returned to the hospital at his own volition after seeing the X-Rays on his mobile phone. My GOD I am so thankful to technology. their pediatric surgeon was gone, not answering the phone. This doctor, who saved our daughter’s life, set us up at the hospital next door, where she was cued for surgery. The rest was totally up to me, and I employed my strategy of tenacious, yet kindly requests, filled certainly with the emotion at the thought of losing our baby!
And because of my approach, and refusing to take, “Sorry, we can do no more,” as answer, another operating room was opened, and due to that we beat the clock and saved out daughter.

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At 12:03 AM on New Years Day, as we sat on a hard bench outside the operating room waiting the result of the surgery in progress, I whispered to my wife, “Happy New year.”

To whomever is reading this, i wish you the same today.

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