Our family's journey with deaf-blindness, multiple disabilities and undiagnosed genetic disease...stories, updates, mental notes and spiritual reminders to help our family stay grounded in faith and focus on the facts as we navigate the mysteries and uncertainties of our little boy's health.
When Mason was born, one thing I was most sad about was we were unable to get any newborn pics in the hospital. I had envisioned a special session soon after we got home...but then we didn't go home. And still didn't. And STILL didn't. Three months later we FINALLY did but we didn't really have a newborn anymore. But what a blessing to find out from Footprints (a Cardinal Glennon program that acts as a "voice for children with complex medical needs) that a wonderful group of photographers had dedicated their time and services to kiddos like Mason and their families. They would be able to come to our home and take pics of our family as a gift. Along with the prints sent to us by our photographer, Martha Lafata, was a note that said something like this: "The holder of this CD has the right to print or reproduce these photos in any way the holder desires!" WOW. So without further ado we want to share these portraits she took of our sweetie pie, and the rest of us too. Thank you to THE JEREMY PROJECT, so much, for making this mommy's heart smile!! And thank you to Footprints for hooking us up!! :D
Go ahead...show some love to THE JEREMY PROJECT on Facebook and read up on the stories of other families and what they are dealing with. What a special ministry this organization has!!