Imagine..finding out you’re pregnant with your second child when you thought you couldn’t get pregnant.
Imagine..being told your unborn baby has a chromosomal defect called Trisomy 18 and is “incompatible with life.”
Imagine..having to tell your partner and family that your baby will probably die.
Imagine..being pressured to terminate your pregnancy by a doctor.
Imagine..choosing to carry your daughter regardless of the outcome.
Imagine..having to go to multiple specialists with boxing gloves on ready to fight all while proving you are not in denial.
Imagine.. feeling your baby kick for the first time and hoping it wasn’t the last.
Imagine..a community of 2,000 people praying for your family daily.
Imagine..coming across the best support team where you least expected it..a hospital.
Imagine..having to decide if you want your baby resuscitated IF she survives labor.
Imagine..your daughter surviving pregnancy, labor, introducing her to your two year old son, and bringing her home.
Imagine..your home being deemed a “holy” place because of the amount of love in it.
Imagine..holding your baby all night long for 11 nights straight because she could die at any moment.
Imagine.. your faith in mankind being renewed because the amount of love and support is indescribable.
Imagine..changing the way doctors think because of your journey.
Imagine..having to decide how to explain to your two year old son that his sister has a broken body.
Imagine..having to stick to your two year olds bath and bed routine while your 12 day old daughter is slipping in and out of life.
Imagine..your 12 day old baby dying in your arms.
Imagine..witnessing the joy, the miracles, and the change that your daughter brought to not only you but 2,000 other people.