It is truly what any mother would do for her children ...

It is safe to say in the chapter of my book of life, this last week will surely be labeled as one of the most challenging. And trust me when I tell, you, I have had some doozie weeks. My oldest son, Ryan, 25, was born with so many anomolies I cannot even begin to list all of them. Diagnosed in utero at 30 weeks with complex congenital heart and bowel disease (his heart is in backwards and his organs are mostly flipped to accommodate), we have spent the last 25 years trying to fix all of the mish mash inside of him so he can have some kind of a stable life. Bowels that were twisted had to be pulled out at 3 days and put back in. He was later diagnosed with a disease that causes nerve endings

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