Delayed

Hey everyone. We received a call this morning from MSNBC to tell us that they needed to delay the show until tomorrow (Thursday). Obama is giving a speech so they need to cover that instead. We are going to be doing our segment around 11:30-12:00pm (EST) but that will be confirmed in the morning. I will be updating by Tweeter as the time gets closer.

Aimee is sick as can be with a stuffy head & nose so hopefully this extra day will be just what she needs to get better. Everything happens for a reason, right?

God Bless,

21 comments:

Faye said...

HEY GUYS!THIS IS GREAT.I HOPE AMIEE WILL BE BETTER TOMORROW.JUST KNOW CANTON GA.IS PRAYING FOR YOU ALL.MAY GOD BLESS!

Lindsey Barham said...

Freeman's,
You are very right, everything happens for a reason. :) How is Miss Kayleigh doing today?

Anonymous said...

Hey who is more important??? Things do happen for a reason!!

How is sweet little Kayleigh doing?? I also noticed that she was missing a tube in her nose. Is this permanent? Need more pics!! So proud of her!

kristi

Godzgurl said...

My name is Cheri I am from Alabama. I want to know what day you will tell your story on MSNBC? It only says it will be tomorrow...I am scared that was posted last night and it will be today? I wanted to record it incase I am not home. ;) I have followed Kayleigh's story since her birth and I have smiled, laughed, prayed, woke up in the middle of the night worried about her, I have even been afraid to read her blog in fear of hearing the worst, but God has walked this trial with you all the way and will continue to do so! I will continue to pary for your family and Thank you for deciding to contine a blog for when she comes home, too many paople have fell in love with your little girl and we need to continue to see how she is doing. ;)
Oh and sorry but Kayleigh looks JUST like her beautiful mommy! ;)
Cheri
Alabama
Godzgurl9902@aol.com

Tinika said...

I am kinda snickering right now because I can't image being delayed by the president. Haha. That just sounds funny since we are mostly just average everyday people. (I only say that because I kinda start to feel like we{your blog readers} know you).

Good luck tomorrow! And I am super excited for y'all!

Emily said...

I just started following your blog and have spent the past week reading every post. My heart is touched and tugged to pray for your family and do whatever I can. I am going to spread the word around about the giveaway your friends have set up to everyone I can. I have a baby boy who will turn 5 months old tomorrow and reading about the battles you were facing at the same time I was experiencing my joy just brings me to tears. I am strong in my faith, I work in the ministry in my church, I was raised in a Christian home with two of the best examples anyone could ever ask for, but I still do not know if I could be as strong as the two of you have been through all of this. You have strengthened my faith, when I didn't even know I needed it. I do hold my baby tighter at night and love him even more, when I didn't think that was possible. Thank you for sharing your story of faith. I am excited to see where the Lord takes your family- I know it is going to be great. Give Kayleigh love from my family- Aaron, Emily and Jaxson. We will add her to our prayers at night as I rock him to sleep and we pray together, believing the time is near when you will have her at home to rock to sleep as well. God bless you all and thank you again for sharing your story.

Brent, Missy, Aubrey, Eli, & Nathaniel Copes said...

I came to your story from the Abby's blog. You all have an awesome story. I will pray for tomorrow that all will go well on MSNBC. Sometime when you have a chance you should check out www.cfhusband.blogspot.com. They have a baby girl who was a micro preemie and is now 1 year old and doing great! The mom had CF and delivered her right before a lung transplant. Blessings in Christ,
Missy Copes

Momof2bz said...

Hi! Sorry it was pushed off for a day but I agree that things happen for a reason. Aimee will hopefully feeling better and what a better way to spend Thoughtful Thursday! Telling people about Kayleigh and spreading God's word as well as faith, love and hope during a time people need it the most is a great thing :) Hopefully your story will not only be encouraging to families facing the same issues as Kayleigh but to those facing any hardships at all. Good Luck tomorrow :)

The Michaels' Quads said...

I am so glad everything is going great!! Kayleigh looks wonderful!!! I have to say I am glad you are on tomorrow because my babies had dr. apts today and I would have missed you guys!! :) Cant wait until tomorrow!!!

Love,
The Michaels

Christy said...

Wow, I just came to you blog this afternoon. I live in Charlotte as well, and actually have some friends that attend Elevation. I will be praying for your sweet Kayleigh to come home ASAP... I know that it must the so hard to not have her home with you yet. I couldn't even imagine!

I will be reading the whole story over the next couple days ... you have another prayer warrior on their knees and face before our Mighty God for your daughter.

God Bless You,
christy :)

Leslie Jackson said...

Good luck!

I hope Aimee feels better tomorrow!

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to share that we are reading in Michigan.

http://www.connectmidmichigan.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=264467

Darlene said...

I just wanted you to know that I am stopping by your blog for the first time, and I have added you to my list of blogs I follow. I will add Kayleigh to our prayers. What a miracle baby she is!!!!!

Jenny said...

Wow delayed by the president. I must say I am actually a little happy since I will be home tomorrow and was not able to be home today. I hope all feels well for the interview tomorrow.

Mimi said...

Oh sweet Kayleigh. She has come so far!! I found your blog from leelou blogs. They held a baby shower for Kayleigh and my baby Mia. I am so happy to hear that you will get to go home! That is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your sweet babies story- she is darling!!

Kara @ Misawa AB said...

Feel better, Aimee! Thinking about little Kayleigh today as always.

Kara,
September '08 Mama

mommaof4wife2r said...

like the pres needs more press than kayleigh. jk. i'm excited to see the interview...whenever it happens

Stephanie said...

I was watching this morning and saw that obama was speaking..then wondered if they would be able to get you guys on today or not. Glad to hear that you were able to reschedule. Will be watching :)

adrianna york said...

I hope you get to feeling better soon Aimee. I am glad that everyone is doing good you all are in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you all the best.
from Kim and Adrianna

Emily said...

Good luck and feel better!!

Anonymous said...

Haha! Did you ever think you'd ever be waiting behind the PRESIDENT to go on TV?