Whenever I feel a little guilty about my love of Diet Coke, I think about the positives beyond the great taste and zero calories. My empty Diet Coke cans and opener tabs are not only recycled, but they actually help our patients at Akron Children’s Hospital.
Fourteen years ago I was a young mother of my first child. After an emergency c-section, Kegan was taken to Akron Children’s Hospital for respiratory problems.
The holiday season is upon us. For kids, this is often the season of getting – new toys, clothes, electronics and other gifts. But it should also be the season of giving.
I have a hard time saying thank you sometimes. It’s not that I’m not thankful for things, and it’s not that I have a hard time accepting things (mostly). There are just times when I feel like saying thank you is not anywhere near enough. Those are the same times when I know that I […]
Bekah spent 10 weeks in Akron Children’s Hospital’s NICU. Since her discharge in January, we have returned a few times to visit friends who were still there — still waiting for that chance to take a little person home for the first time, even if it was weeks, or months, later than planned.
My daughter Kelsey turned 3 yesterday, thanks to many prayers of a miracle and your amazing hospital, doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers who gave her the most wonderful care. Your hospital is truly amazing and we will never forget the 8 days that we stayed there while she was in the NICU…probably a short time […]