As I’ve shared, Mary is a daredevil and everyday there is a new bump on her head or bruise on her cheek because she falls – a lot! As she is learning to walk I anticipate there to be some … Continue reading →
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Thanks to the Walmart and Samsclub managers for taking the #MiracleBand challenge and for all their hard work selling Children's Miracle Network Hospitals balloons this month! ! Did you know children’s hospitals like Dayton Children’s rely on donations to pay for things like special equipment, research and charitable care? Spread the word by getting your free #MiracleBand from CMNH! http://mymiracleband.org
It’s time for another #MiracleMonday! In the spring of 2009 Parker was diagnosed with generalized seizure disorder. Since then she has been seen in the neurology department at Dayton Children’s to learn how to manage and control her seizures. While she will most likely live with this condition for the rest of her life, Parker has learned to accept her condition as her reality and continues life with a positive attitude and fun loving spirit! Don’t forget that through the rest of May you can purchase your yellow @CMNHospitals balloon at participating locations to help support @DaytonChildrens! #MayisForMiracles #Miracleband