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Saturday, January 02, 2016

Miracle baby Whose Lfe Support Was Turned Off Did Not Die....

A couple who said a final farewell to their baby daughter as her life support machine was turned off told of her miracle recovery.
Francesca and Lee Moore-Williams, 41 and 44, cried as they held Bella’s hand and took one final photograph before her ventilator was switched off.




The couple even signed a Do Not Resuscitate form meaning no special measures would be taken to keep her alive.
But just 30 minutes after their heartbreaking goodbye the 18-month-old tot, who doctors had given up for dead, began kicking and screaming.
 Bella’s has continued to recover and five months on she is well enough to celebrate Christmas with her family at home.
Dad-of-two Lee said: “I was holding her hand knowing there was going to be a little last breath.




“I could feel her hand dropping and it went down but then she started gripping my finger.
“She started moving on her own and then her machine started going off.
“The doctors then changed everything to try and keep her alive.”
 Francesca added: “It’s just amazing. It’s like we have won the lottery.
“She made our family complete and it now i’s great to see how well she is doing.
“When she says ‘mama’ it melts my heart.”
Bella’s parents first became concerned about their daughter’s heath when she started losing clumps of hair in April. Just three months later her condition took a turn for the worse during a family holiday in Gran Canaria.



She was rushed to hospital one day after returning to the UK and tests showed she was critically ill.
Bella was admitted to intensive care where an MRI scan showed abnormalities across both sides of her brain.
On July 21 Francesca and Lee said an emotional final goodbye to their daughter after taking prints of her hands and feet as a memento.

 They also took a final picture together with their son Bobby, five, before the ventilator was switched off.
Francesca explained: “The whole family came in one by one to say their goodbyes.“I just kept sitting there thinking ‘why us’. It was heart wrenching.
“I will never, ever forget that moment where I had to say goodbye to my daughter.”


Just 30 minutes later Bella’s oxygen levels recovered to 100 per cent and her parents were told she would survive.
She was later diagnosed with the genetic disorder Biotinidase deficiency, which is so rare it affects just one in every 60,000 births.
Sufferers of the condition do not produce enough biotin - a vitamin which is essential for healthy cell growth.
 The deficiency can be fatal if left untreated but will now be managed safely with tablets.

Sales worker Francesca added: “From the day that we were told that she was going to survive - I haven’t cried since.
“I’m frozen with emotion because I cried so much through such a traumatic period that I have nothing more to give.
“It’s going to take me time to get over the ordeal - we were just sat there waiting for her to take her final breath.”
Bella, of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, who turns two in January, is now learning to walk and talk and her hair is growing back.


Experts say she is around eight months behind other children her age but she is expected to catch up.
Francesca said: “She’s at nursery and to look at her you wouldn’t think she’s been through what she has.
“Her body was slowly shutting down but she’s obviously a strong little fighter.

culled from mirror.co.uk




46 comments:

  1. Somebody praise d Lord.
    Our God is good all the time.

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    1. Hallelujah!!!

      What an Awesome God we serve.

      Chukwu onye olu Ebube ndewo!

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    2. Lord be praised. God God God, You simply amaze me. Thank You Lord. This miracle is.....am speechless

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    3. Hallelujah!! Jesus is alive...

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    4. Halleluyah. God is awesome wonder, only the true living God can do this.

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    5. God be praised!
      *singing*..bcos He lives, we can face tomoro...our lives r worth d living just bcos Jesus Christ is alive.

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  2. Wow! Wow!! Wow!!! *sniffs....what a miraculous God!

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  3. I've seen this month ago and was touched, that baby is indeed a miracle child

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  4. Awwwwwww. Thank you Jesus!


    There's no kind of disease you won't hear in this world!

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  5. May d name of God be praised, amen! Miracle child indeed

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  6. God is good, miracle Bella. She has a mission she wants to fufil in life.

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  7. Wow! it is a miracle . But who is Bobby?

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  8. Stella apparently olamide did not only disgrace himself and his crew on headies stage and on twitter, he also destroyed headies green room. And some touts and street hawkers like him will come on this blog an support him. Big shame. Gutter boy. Etisalat had better do away with him, before the begin to refer to them as "street network ". Yeye.

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  9. Thank u God Almighty the father of divine healings

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  10. There can be miracles when you believe.

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  11. Awww, so happy for them.



    Stella, kilode na, come and upload comments

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  12. God is still in the business of doing miracles! Thank God for this family's testimony.

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  13. wonderful! pls, what's the meaning of upandan?

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    1. Up and down(in "tushed" English) upandan(waffi style)

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    2. Lmaoo. I so love the coined slang ehn. It took me a while to understand it too.

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  14. wonderful! pls, what's the meaning of upandan?

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  15. Nothing short of miracle, God took over when science failed. Awesome God

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  16. Hallelujah, may God be praised amen.

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  17. This is just too awesome....OMG miracle still happens. God is the ruler.

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  18. Eeeeeeeeh!!! Jehovah over do! You re still in the business of healing, i am in awe of You Chukwu na eke!

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  19. The parents obviously do not even acknowledge God did this miracle.....our God is indeed merciful......

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  20. God is great! Faithful God. Thank God for his mercies.

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  21. This is Breath Giver in Action, He is Called The Miracle Worker. I key into this miracle. The next shall be mine

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  22. Awesome is our God,He alone has the final say.

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  23. God is great, is dre anything too much for him, never. Glad for the parents

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