Today I visited little tiny Somaia in Sheba Children’s Hospital ICU and saw her for the first time with the tracheostomy. The doctors are reducing the medicine for Somaia, so that she will wake up. We will see then how she is doing. For now she is stable.
A physiotherapist trained Somaia’s legs and arms today. She explained to me that because Somaia was so puffy for a long time, she can’t move her very well.
Somaia has already had a very hard path behind her. But also her future will not be much easier. There is still a lot waiting for this little girl.
So, let’s pray for Somaia, that God will strengthen her.