Grandbaby in hospital~


My granddaughter Kiki (3 yrs old) has been in the hospital (burn unit) she was playing with her stuffed bunny and throwing it up in the air – it landed in a big pan of boiling water for spaghetti on Wednesday – she pulled it out by its feet and the hot water ran down her right side from chest to knee – 14% of her body was burned – she had donor grafting on Friday last and will have another surgery on Monday to see if the donor skin took and if her body is producing new skin – if it does then she gets to come home – if not they will do skin grafting on her body with her own skin and will have to stay another week in the hospital~ Please keep us in your prayers~

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