Gina's blog

Will today be the day?

I am sitting here, wide awake, thinking about how lucky I am. I am lucky, and very thankful, to have such a wonderful family, friends, and overall support system. If I didn't have each and every one of you, I would not be doing nearly as well as I am...in many different ways. THANK YOU, EVERYONE!!!! Most of all, thank you to my AMAZING sister, Sarina, for doing everything you are doing, and simply for being who you are. I love you, and I appreciate you more than you know.

Ashton continues to do very well. He is getting bigger, and more full of personality every day. Despite the fact that he is eating a LOT better than when he left the hospital (thank you Pediasure), his feeding tube will not be going anywhere any time soon. He is eating more and more fruits and vegetables every day, and even had his first taste of mac and cheese yesterday for dinner. Little by little it is getting better!

Ashton's journey so far

Back in December of 2012, Sal and I found out that we were expecting our third little love, due to be born early in August.  Sal was terrified, not feeling as young as he used to be.  I, on the other hand, was thrilled.  I was carrying the 3rd child I tried to convince Sal we couldn’t live without. 

 

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