Today our sweet miracle boy is 4 years old. So many things this amazing toddler has accomplished, overcome, been through in his little life. We are sooo blessed to have such a gift. He is an inspiration to all those who have met him and will continue to surprise and amaze us.
Too both our miracles Braden and Kaleigh have a great and happy 4th birthday.
This is the story of an amazing set of twins that were born 16 weeks to soon and their little brother Grayson. Kaleigh Grace who lived an amazing 13 days and we miss daily. Braden our super hero who is now 4. This is our journey in parenting with challenges above and beyond the norm.
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This is the story of our three beautiful children -
Kaleigh Grace - who lived an amazing 13 days and who we miss daily.
Braden John - our little 24 weeker superhero who is now 5 years old.
Grayson Paul - our youngest son who was born full term was diagnosed with Autism on Febuary 5th 2013. Although he has Autism he is high functioning and since he is only 2 1/2 and already receiving lots of therapy his progress has been amazing. If he keeps this up he might be in a regular class by the time he reaches Kindergarten.
Braden - our micro-preemie has had his share of challenges. He has had a trach, been on oxygen, hip dysplasia in both hips, nissen and fundo surgery for severe reflux, g-tube, reconstruction of his airway and has a paralyzed vocal cord. He is now walking, eating, going to preK and has Physical therapy, speech therapy and Occupational therapy both private and in the public school system. Braden is not speaking but is doing great using sign language.
Kaleigh - Our little Tinkerbell
In memory of Our Sweet Baby Girl
You live in our hearts forever... we miss you Kaleigh Grace. "When you accept what has happened, you aren't acknowledging that it is okay but rather, that you know you must find a way to keep growing and living-even if you don't feel like it...[Don't let] grief be your constant companion...Realize that your grief is born out of unconditional love for your child and rejoice in that love which will never end... Embracing life again is not a sign that you have stopped missing your baby, but an example of a love that is eternal."