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The frustrations of her illness wore on her, Bzeek said. There was stress in the marriage, and she and Bzeek split in She died a little over a year later. Bzeek chokes up when he talks about her.
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On a chilly November morning, Bzeek pushed the girl's wheelchair and the IV pole that carries her feeding formula into Children's Hospital on Sunset Boulevard. Her brain cannot fully regulate her body temperature, so one leg was hot while the other was cold. Bzeek rubbed her cheek playfully and held her hand, waving it playfully. For Bzeek, the hospital has become a second home. Any time they leave the house together, he carries a thick black binder filled with her medical records and pages of medications.
Roberts entered the exam room, smiling at the girl's frilly socks and brown dress with fall-colored leaves. Roberts has known Bzeek for years and has seen many of his foster children. By the time this girl was age 2, Roberts said, doctors said there were no more interventions to improve her condition.
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She has moments where she's enjoying herself and she's pretty content, and it's all because of Mohamed. To avoid choking, the girl sleeps sitting up.
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Bzeek sleeps on a second couch next to hers. He doesn't sleep much. On a Saturday in early December, Bzeek, Adam and the girl's nurse, Marilou Terry, had a celebratory lunch for the child's sixth birthday. He invited her biological parents. They didn't come. As they sang "Happy Birthday," Bzeek leaned over her left shoulder, his beard gently brushing the side of her face. She smelled the smoke, and a small smile crossed her face.
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Twitter: haileybranson. To read the article in Spanish, click here. Legislators delve into why many foster children are on psych drugs. How do you feel about subsidizing private schools, using students as political pawns, and escalating war for control of public education? For Iranian Americans, Trump has complicated an already tricky trip to motherland. Skip to content. The children were going to die. Some died in his arms. There is a dire need for foster parents to care for such children. And there is only one person like Bzeek.
This time, Bzeek politely declined. Bzeek is a quiet, religious man who wants his foster daughter to know she's not alone in this life.
Mohamed Bzeek. Bzeek said he was never angry about his own son's disabilities. He loved him all the same. Mohamed Bzeek spends long days and sleepless nights caring for the bedridden child. Most Read. Asia Last year he went on vacation to Vietnam. Now he faces 12 years in prison.