1 Day Post Surgery

To say Bailynn is doing fabulous is an understatement. She barely whimpered over night. She struggled with some potty issues, but they resolved. She had her back drain removed. She just gave her doctor a dirty look – didn’t flinch or cry. She has been in and out of sleep, has ate some applesauce and a small… Read More

Surgery Day at its End

This day has played out so many different ways in my head. My dreams have been filled with fear, horror, and despair, but the reality, unbelievable resilience from a 15 year old girl. Her frail little frame, seemingly weak, filled with the strength of a mighty hero. Bailynn doesn’t cease to impress or inspire me.… Read More

A modern day prayer chain for Bai

On March 7th our family will adorn our “Love” and “Tough” t-shirts, designed for Bai, in support of her going into surgery. Not only is this a visual reminder, and a way to open a conversation about Bailynn, but it is a way to remember to pray for Bailynn all day. So we would encourage/ask everyone out there to wear their shirts too! We will take this prayer chain thing one step further! Read More

My Worries

Here is what has happened in the last few weeks since learning that Bai has to have her rods removed. So, I last left you knowing that Bailynn’s rods are indeed infected and will have to be removed, but the surgeon wants to wait till at least March. This is to get through cold and… Read More