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Update 4/11/22: With much sorrow we regret to inform you of the passing of our Itai Baruch. The family would like to extend their deep thanks to everyone who davened.
If you can please take on to learn a mesechta mishnayos before the shloshim you can do so here.
If you can take a mesechta please post a comment below and share the link with friends and family so we can finish the entire Mishnayos.
Update 3/10/22: “Since our original post, Itai Baruch has made some great improvements including decannulation from the ECMO circuit, Baruch Hashem.
Unfortunately, the past 2 months have not been as stable. He remains intubated and has had two cardiac arrests, seizures, and other complications. Itai Baruch can really use your continued tefilot. We beg you to have his name in mind when learning, reading tehilim, davening, making a bracha, or simply doing a mitzvah in the merit of Hashem providing a refuah sheleima for our son. We would greatly appreciate it if you can share his name with friends and family as well.
He was also named at the Torah since the last post, please take a chapter tehillim here and daven for Itai Baruch ben Dina Shoshana איתי ברוך בן דינה שושנה.”
Originally posted 12/22/21.
“Our son “Baby B” is a triplet born on June 1st at 32 weeks. Unfortunately, he hasn’t had the chance to leave the NICU with his brothers Asher and Yishai. Due to his complex heart defect, he was recently transferred to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh where he had already undergone 4 heart bypass surgeries and several other procedures. He is currently in the CICU on ECMO and on a ventilator. He can really use tefilot from his extended Jewish family.
We would GREATLY appreciate it if you can have his name in mind when you’re learning, davening, saying tehilim or brachot. Maybe you can do an extra mitzvah, in the merit of Hashem providing a refuah sheleima for our son. You can give charity, speak less Lashon Hara, bake challah for Shabbos, etc… Anything will help! We believe together and with Hashem we can bring our son home.
TINOK BEN DINA SHOSHANAH תינוק בן דינה שושנה
If you can take on a yom tehillim to say this Shabbos please post it in the comments below!