Since the day she was born, it was quite clear that Erin Hughes knows what she wants. This determination helped her become the healthy little girl she is today.In January 2011, Erin and her twin brother Will decided to make an early appearance to this world. They were born three months early, each weighing just [...]
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by Molly Cartwright Like many kids, Cerelle is a bit of a picky eater. She loves to eat cake and ice cream, but won’t eat salty foods, such as French fries. For Lynn and Pat Pohl, Cerelle’s parents, the fact she wants to eat at all is something to celebrate. For the past 4 years [...]
by Amanda Larsen, Mary Free Bed writer When 2-year-old Taya (Tay-ya) Cook hums Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star everyone listens, because she’s fighting to let her light shine. Taya has septo optic dysplasia, a birth defect resulting in damaged vision and neurological complications. Working with her therapists at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, Taya has proven [...]