During the first year of our son’s life we searched for a reason why he had low muscle tone, delayed development and feeding difficulties that required a feeding tube – but still failed to thrive. Days were filled with early intervention, symptom management, surgeries, diagnostic testing, hospitalizations and therapies. His routine genetic test results were normal.
God has graced us with 2 amazing kiddos. I am overwhelmed by watching Jordan smother his little “Gabbi, Gi Gi” with hugs and kisses. There isn’t a day that goes by that he doesn’t ask to hold his sister. Then looking at little Gabriella gaze at her hero causes me to pray that these times only increase with age.
Kent State University and Walsh University had a common theme this spring: For the Kids! – the theme of dance marathons nationwide, supported by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.