Congenital Conditions

Having Faith in God’s Timing – by Tameka Roebuck

My story consists of having not just one, but two children born with congenital conditions. “Congenital” is of or relating to a condition present at birth, whether inherited or caused by the environment, especially in the uterine environment. My daughters were born sixteen years apart, both premature. My oldest daughter Faith was born four weeks… Continue reading Having Faith in God’s Timing – by Tameka Roebuck

Congenital Conditions

From Brokenness to True Beauty- by Amanda C. Clark

I came into the world dead. Born prematurely via an emergency C-section/caesarean, I weighed 1 pound and wore Cabbage Patch Kids doll clothes to fit my tiny body. Confined to the neonatal intensive care unit for four months, I was diagnosed with Holt-Oram Syndrome, a genetic condition that is associated with a mutation in the… Continue reading From Brokenness to True Beauty- by Amanda C. Clark