DAY+ 606

It breaks my heart to watch Liam struggle, to lift his head, try to hold his body steady in a sitting position, try to feed himself with shaky hands, try to force his eyes open, or not be able to stand. But the fact that he is even trying to do those things is a miracle… He has fought three of the hardest battles imaginable, and still has yet to be conquered. He leaves me speechless and humbled, by his strength and determination to beat HLH.
I also am humbled by, my other three boys. Noa will now have to step up and give Liam his bone marrow. It does not go with out risk, and yet he knows this and does not hesitate.
Hunter already stood like a fearless warrior and kept Liam healthy for 17 months, without any hesitation…
Ryder has been Liam’s best friend and partner in crime.
I feel so lucky to have gave birth to 4 Super Hero’s that have taught me so much and shown me anything is possible. I thank God everyday that he chose me to be their mom…
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One Response to DAY+ 606

  1. Auntie Deb says:

    Sweet, sweet Kristy, you are so right that you have 4 Super Hero’s for sons and I am so proud to have 4 Super Hero’s for great nephews. They are just like their mom, who is also a Super Hero. My prayers are with your little Warrior and all of your Super Hero’s. Because of your infinite kindness, pure heart, love, perseverance, and faith in God, you are an inspiration to me daily. My heart goes out to you and your boys. What a beautiful family you have created, full of such exceptionally loving Super Hero’s. I am so very proud of all of you. Auntie Deb