Congenital Conditions

Learning to Trust God, Even When I Don’t Understand – by Natasha McSeed

I met my husband Larry in college, while we were both counselors at a summer youth program. Larry attended the University of Delaware, and I attended Lincoln University down the road. After clicking instantly, we became friends and seven years later we were married. Shortly afterward, we moved to Ohio for Larry’s job. Even though… Continue reading Learning to Trust God, Even When I Don’t Understand – by Natasha McSeed

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

The Healing I Needed for My Journey – by Tiffany Scurry

Imagine knowing from the time you were a little girl that you would have a child with special needs.  You would have thought I would have been more prepared when KJ arrived. I always wanted to have a son, so I was elated when I heard those three words during my sonogram, “It’s a boy!”… Continue reading The Healing I Needed for My Journey – by Tiffany Scurry

Loss of Child

A Mother’s Journey Towards Healing and Peace (Loss of Child) – by Yolanda McKinney

On June 11, 1996, my beautiful baby boy, Cameron, was born.  When he was 4 years old, he was diagnosed with autism. In those early years, my husband Russ and I worked hard to take care of him, support him, and accommodate his special needs to ensure he had the best life possible. This didn’t… Continue reading A Mother’s Journey Towards Healing and Peace (Loss of Child) – by Yolanda McKinney