Most parents see their children as little miracles, and that’s exactly the way it should be. But for the parents of four-year-old Ethan Stewart, the word “miracle” doesn’t even begin to explain how they feel about having him in their life today.
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Emily Keicher is like most three-year-olds; she loves taking pictures, dancing, and making snowmen. She’s full of energy, has a smile that will warm your heart, and she’s adorable. All that cuteness can be seen on the cover of Parent’s Magazine’s February edition. Like most parents would be, Emily’s parents are filled with pride.
As he rides his Lightning McQueen car down the hospital corridor, little Charlie Harris-Beard looks like your typical happy toddler. But this brave little boy was diagnosed with aggressive myeloid leukemia Easter Sunday, last year. Since then, his parents have been battling to save his life.
Four-year-old Addison loves being outside, reading, putting puzzles together, playing with jewelry and spending time with her little brother. She also has aplastic anemia, a bone marrow disorder that inhibits blood cell production. Her white blood cells are at a count so low that even a small infection or cold could be fatal.
Little Evie Small was born with a rare condition known as Goldenhar syndrome; she has no hearing, facial or balance nerves. Because of this condition, she’s never heard the sound of her parents’ voices. She’s never actually heard the words, “I love you.” But all of that may be changing soon.
Could you imagine your child having a tumor that weighed more than they did? One little boy from the northern state of Durango in Mexico had one, but Mexican doctors recently removed the tumor and the little boy, Jesus Rodriguez, is now said to be recovering well.
Faith Wilson was born with a rare, severe condition that must be monitored constantly: infant diabetes. With very little warning, her blood sugar levels can plummet to almost non-existent. If that happens, a seizure, followed by death if not treated soon enough, will occur.
Parishioners at the Church of Christ in Australia became concerned when a 36-year-old woman who was a regular at services and events stopped showing up at functions. They called their local pastor, Pastor Ross Brinkman, and expressed their concern over her lack of attendance.