Where in the world is April Rose?

Ok, now this is just WRONG. I have been praying for a certain baby April Rose , who has a lethal disorder and not expected to live long and now she has been born(and thankfully still alive, last time I heard; her life is both a blessing AND a miracle) I notice the blog has been disabled! Why? They have been receiving malicious, hateful, cruel comments accusing them of fraud.It’s despicable they have been driven away like this.All they wanted was hope, support,love, and prayers.I know when you put your life and thoughts out there for the public it can be brutal and people can be mean,but this is gone way too far.Venom is the last thing they need right now. Now I ,and countless other prayer warriors, can only wonder what happened to this sweet baby; we’ll never know the outcome, we’ll never know how to alter our prayers according to the need at the time,we can no longer offer support,and this is heartbreaking and wrong.If anybody out there has heard any news from them, please let me know.They are still in my thoughts and prayers.Best wishes only.Try and consider where it comes from, but it can still be hard.Stay close to the Lord and He will carry you thru,and know you are NOT alone; beyond  the haters there is so much more love and many of us who genuinely care.God bless you.Now, if it really DOES turn out to be a scam or a hoax I really don’t know what to say; I would be stunned and disillusioned, but I prefer to give them the benefit of the doubt here..

2 thoughts on “Where in the world is April Rose?

  1. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,526037,00.html

    … A blogger who wrote of choosing to give birth to a terminally ill baby, attracting a following of thousands of supporters online, admits now that the entire story was made up.

    The woman behind the hoax isn’t “April’s Mom” — a single expectant mother who lay awake at night terrified her unborn child would die at any time, according to the Chicago Tribune.

    She is actually Beccah Beushausen, a 26-year-old social worker from the Chicago suburb of Mokenka who says she didn’t know how to free herself from the web of lies she wove.

    “Soon I was getting 100,000 hits a week, and it just got out of hand,” she told the Tribune. “I didn’t know how to stop. … One lie led to another.”…

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