But from everlasting to everlasting the LORD's love is with those who fear him and his righteousness with their children's children . . . Psalm 103:17

Thursday, February 7, 2013

News Correction :}

Last night a news crew came and interviewed us, and yesterday we were in the Metro section of the Dallas Morning News, all to celebrate Seth's homecoming. We were so happy to share our joy and give  all the glory to God, the Maker and Sustainer of all things. However, apparently the story got around and was mis-written, saying that we had million dollar babies paid for by Medicaid. Needless to say, there were some pretty nasty, judgmental comments as a result.This is a portion of my response to the Daily Mail in the UK:

We DO have insurance for all of our children, Seth just burned through the maximum yearly amount ($750,000) since he was so sick [and that's even with the plan year renewing in October, so he really did cost the insurance company about a million bucks!]. At least our insurance got Seth very nearly out of the hospital! And we have paid into the Medicaid system. All of the other babies are still fully insured, as are my husband, our older son and myself. 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2275007/Miracle-quintuplets-reunited-home-time-smallest-spends-170-days-hospital-chronic-lung-condition.html#ixzz2KGxXx2py


I hope our interview tomorrow on Good Morning America is less controversial, but I realize this is God's business. I'm so grateful for the beautiful, healthy babies He's given us, I can never say so enough!

Grateful for YOU loving, encouraging, praying folks too!
Carrie

Gavin, Carrie, Isaac, Will, David, Marcie, Seth, & Grace Jones

Gavin, Carrie, Isaac, Will, David, Marcie, Seth, & Grace Jones

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