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Welcome to the World, Walter Canon

Welcome to the World, Walter Canon

Son of Kemberlee Kaye and her husband Jeff, Walt and his family could use your prayers.

On Sunday morning, November 24, Walter Canon, son of Kemberlee Kaye and her husband Jeff, entered the world at 9 lbs. 8 oz. He joins his two big sisters, who have been anxiously awaiting his arrival.

Walt was born with a congenital heart problem, and is being cared for by doctors and nurses at a Houston children’s hospital.

Kemberlee texted me the Featured Image above, and the following message for readers:

Walt was born with an extremely rare heart defect but he’s in good hands, receiving great care, is stable, and improving a little every day. We look forward to having him home.

We want to express our sincere gratitude for the overwhelming care, support, and prayers from friends and family.

Our Legal Insurrection family is praying for Walt’s recovery, and the day he can join his parents, two big sisters, and extended family at home.

If you believe in the power of prayer, please say a prayer. If you don’t believe in the power of prayer, say a prayer anyway.

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Prayer said.

With follow up. Best wishes to the entire family and especially Walter.

Prayers and wishes

Please count your blessings, there are very few places in this world that have the medical talent Houston has…

All of us are praying with you….

Our prayers are with Walter and you. Trust that all will be fine.

Prayers said. All will be well.

The Lord God has blessed me many times in my life. Most recently since 2018. I pray the Lord will bless little Walter, send the holy spirit upon him, and give him strength. I pray the Lord will work a miracle in his life.

May our good Lord bless you and keep you you, Little Thanksgiving blessing,
Kemberlee, may He hold you all in the palm of His great hand.

Prayers for Walter, his parents and two big sisters.

Thank you for sharing your family with us Kemberlee. The Savior loves little children and I have every confidence He has heard your prayers and ours. God be with you all and keep you in the shadow of his wings.

Father, be kind to this family. Give his medical helpers a deft and timely touch. Allow him to heal and grow up healthy and vigorous; a joy to his parents and a friend to his sisters.

Prayers to you and your family. Like you, Kemberlee, I believe in the power of prayer. May the Lord and his angels surround you with their healing love.

My prayers and thoughts are with you, Kemberlee and family. Having worked in cardiology for years before retiring, they have come a long way in helping with heart defects. Stay strong.

Amen to the words written above. God bless sweet little Walter with strength, courage and determination for the physical battle before him, God bless his doctors, nurses and caregivers with compassion, skill and inspiration and his sisters with love and faith. And finally, God bless Walter’s parents with the strength they need to carry on and especially for the “peace of God, which surpasseth all understanding.”

Praying. And God hears and answers prsyers.

Prayers. Our grandson had a serious scare shortly after birth with his heart and our prayers were answered. He’s approaching 6′ tall at 14 years of age and other than follow up occasionally with a cardiologist is normal and an active athlete. We wish the same for you and a blessed Thanksgiving.

Your family is on our prayer list.

Prayer sent.

Our oldest som was born with a severe heart defect in 1983. He had corrective surgery at three weeks old at the Houston Medicl Center. They are fantastic doctors. I am happy to say he is now 36 and has a son of his own. Please have faith – the Lord works miracles.

God bless Kemberlee Kaye, Jeff and Walter, and their two daughters.

Prayers and blessings this Thanksgiving week to Kemberlee and family!

God Bless all of you. Prayers for long and happy life for Walter.

Praying

God bless you little fella. God bless the rest of your family as well.

Michael Johnson | November 27, 2019 at 10:55 am

I’m praying for Walter and his family. I’m also praying for the LI extended family. I appreciate your values and your work. Thank you all.

    Another Voice in reply to Michael Johnson. | November 27, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Also praying for the best outcomes for Baby Walter and we here, your readers, at L.I. send a multitude of prayers for you Kimberlee Kaye to sustain you and yours during this time. God bless you.

“Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.” Hebrews 4:16
Prayers for baby Walt and family!

Prayers and Thanksgiving to our Creator.

May G-d shine HIs countenance upon Walt and bring him HEALTH!

Done.

Congratulations, Kemberlee! Walt is in my prayers.

My niece just gave birth to her fifth child on Monday. Five future conservative Republicans. 🙂

I don’t know much about praying, but I’ll try my best. I wish your family the best.

Be confident! My son is a hospital pediatrician and he pulls them through in good shape when they are as small as 400 grams. You would be overjoyed if you learned what FINE people go into hospital pediatrics. They are a very special breed with a fierce thirst for victory. We will still pray, but a lot of your prayers were answered when those docs were born years ago.

BTW: Houston? One of my son’s childhood buddies is a heart surgeon there! He was born with a severe heart defect. It was nip and tuck several times with him and he decided to be a pediatric heart surgeon as a result of his experiences. Tall, blonde, thin, young man.

????? prayers for Walter and family!

Bless Gods little angel on earth, little Walter

Best wishes for mother and child. Take all the time you need for recovery and bonding … but not TOO long! We’re selfish, miss you, and want you back!

This has always been a difficult issue for me to discuss on the internet.

Matthew 6:6

“But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

It’s perhaps a theological deficiency on my part. I always thought that I should pray in secret. That I shouldn’t even talk about whether I prayed or not. But I suppose there’s no harm in saying I did pray, as long as no one asks me about my private conversations with God.

Yes, I have stupidly been laboring under a theological misconception.

Matthew 5:14-16

“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.”

This kind of non-existent dilemma is what a Catholic school education will do for you. The good news? I was wrong, and I know I was wrong. I now have a need to study the Bible more intensely.

Prayers out.

Thank you for sharing this, I join everyone in sending prayers your way.

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