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UPDATE

Baby Knox is going home!

The Team Knox Joseph Facebook page said that he was discharged yesterday and being medically transported by car to the Stine family home, where he will continue to require machine support and special care.

"Please keep praying for us, pray for sweet Knox, and all our family," Knox's mother, Mindi, wrote on Facebook. "It's a long road ahead. I need God's help to be strong and be confident in tense situations to care for Knox and make good decisions. It's all so new to us and we are learning and practicing all we can."

 

Ready to go!!!#TeamKnoxJoseph#kneelingforknox

Posted by Team Knox Joseph on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Check the Facebook page for continued updates from the Stine family.

And if you wish to make a financial contribution to help support the Stines through this trying time, go to their GoFundMe page.


Dec. 15, 2015 // 12:07pm
 

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A little boy made a selfless request when he met Santa at a South Carolina mall over the weekend, asking St. Nick to pray with him for a sick baby.

Four-year-old Prestyn Barnette asked Santa for a miracle for baby Knox Joseph, who is 2 months old and on life support in Las Vegas.

Knox's father found him in his crib not breathing two weeks ago.

Prestyn learned about Knox through a prayer group his grandmother belongs to on Facebook, according to WIS.

A GoFundMe page set up for Baby Knox says, "We are praying for him to remain stable so that (bringing him) home is a possibility."

The page says that the family, which include three siblings, is saying their goodbyes, and are asking for any help that people can give.

 

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