Can you even imagine being told that your 9-year-old child needs an operation to literally cut apart the two halves of his brain. The surgery will help to stop debilitating seizure activity but that a lot of the outcome from the procedure is unknown such as how his language, mobility and even personality will be effected.
I have a dear friend who helped us with getting Magpie going through this right now.
Gina, over at Special Happens is giving her son Jackson his best chance in life and I want to do everything I can to help her help him. She is an amazing woman, full of support and love for those around her and I feel blessed to be able to return that love and hope some of you can help me.
Over the course of the next months the family will need a lot of assistance with travel and medical expenses so if you can donate please head over to do so HERE. I know times are tough, but we know first hand know how much even the donations of a simple dollar can help add up and bring tremendous encouragement in times of darkness!
For those of you unable to donate there is an awesome project going on to flood Jackson with cards from around the world. Grab your kids and have a fun evening with crayons and stickers making homemade banners and cards (Jackson loves trains, rainbows and balloons). Have no kids? No problem, who doesn’t love a postcard! Got a pet or an awesome service dog like Magpie, take a cute pic and send that to him. Lets let little Jackson (and his family) know that each card represents a prayer or thoughts of love for them during this time in their lives.
Special Happens / St. Aubin Family