Just shy of my son's third birthday, tests revealed that his kidneys were spilling large amounts of protein. A biopsy confirmed
that he had kidney disease. We were told that DT had roughly five years to live.
A year ago my husband received a call from his doctor telling him he had leukemia. In that moment, we were immediately thrown
into what I lovingly refer to as a tornado of emotions and events beyond our control or comprehension. Each time we learned
more about his condition the news seemed less and less hopeful. More>
My husband and I had always wanted to have a family. However, when we had trouble getting pregnant and we visited the experts,
they told us it would be practically impossible for us to have children. When I heard the news, I felt a deep sense of failure.