Why Jeffrey? Why Us?
To those many who face the same challenges and heartache we faced, my advice to you is simple: learn to embrace the smallest of things in life, and you will come to realize life is indeed a marvelous adventure, and one well worth the journey. Those tiny victories are the very things that will fill your heart with love and contentment and joy. When their son was born severely brain injured, one young couple was determined to live a life as fulfilling as possible while helping their son grow beyond all expectations. With the help of family, friends, and God, they set out to learn all they could about the injury their son had sustained at the time of his birth and, ultimately, help him live a life as close to normalcy as possible. Why Jeffrey? Why Us? is a heartwarming story of the unconditional love of a severely brain-injured child and the wealth of memories he left those who were truly blessed to have been part of his life.
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