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Three years ago, I wrote a blog article about the idea that technology cannot replace a mama. My family was dealing with the aftermath of a horrific automobile accident. A few days ago, one of my daughters who almost died in that accident told me that the reason she lived after that accident was because of me. I questioned her about that statement and she told me, “You are my mama, you prayed for me, you stayed with me in the hospital, you hugged me, you kissed me, and you took care of me. You never left me. No one else would do that. You made me better.”
Those are incredible words from an eight year old. She had a team of doctors, nurses and other medical professionals working 24 hours a day for a week making sure she didn’t die and that she would have as few residual effects as possible. My baby gave none of them credit for her survival. The first thing that comes to her mind is that her mama prayed for her. It is an awesome idea.