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Sunday, March 20, 2011

A note for all parents new to spina bifida and wondering what it is like....

For those of you wondering what spina bifida will look like for your child.....












Have hope.

Spina bifida isn't the end of a life, it's the beginning of an amazing one.

 "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
Jeremiah 29:11


Leigh and Andy said...

love, love LOVE this!!!!! You are SO SO SO right!!! :)

Meilani said...

LOVE this! Such a cute girl, spreading the perfect message. :)

Pooka said...

Jamie-thanks for letting Madi be an inspiration to all of us!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Post!

ainemc said...

Love it! Madilynn has the most angelic face, she is beautiful, and like all other sb kids, she is an inspiration :)

Heather Weir said...

This makes me want to do this for Charlotte! She's already all those things. She is amazing.

krousehouse said...

Yeppers! Oh, so true!

Hilary said...

Thanks! Very encouraging! Your daughter is an absolute doll!

Unknown said...

Jamie, you really are an inspiration. Every time I come to your blog I am literally in tears -they are good tears! Thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. She’s amazing. Lovely little gal!

I must be more prepared for any unexpected questions. Last fall we drove to a local pumpkin patch for a day out.

At some point during the day while I was picking pumpkins, a random person asked me about my son’s legs and clubbed feet. I was so taken aback by the question I said something rude in response. These personal questions really do catch you off guard. Honestly I feel ashamed of myself for responding as I did.

I don’t remember what the question was. I wish I did.