I Know I Love You
My baby was born with congenital heart failure and had to undergo corrective heart surgery as an infant. We celebrate every day of her life and every day I tell her, “I know I love you.” Seeing my baby go through so much pain, agony, and restlessness was the scariest part of life I’ve ever had to endure.
By the grace of God, she survived and it was quite funny one day when she learned to talk that she told me “where” she loved me. And so it began, a journey “everywhere,” “to heaven,” “to the lakes and all the rivers,” “to the universe” and to other whimsical places.
I love my child to the endless points of the universe and encourage each parent to do the same. So I wrote this book in celebration of life for every parent and relative who had to see their child in pain.
Being born the ninth child of ten, I always dreamed of a large family. I am the mother of two small children, one born healthy, one not. My love and dedication to God healed my baby of heart disease.
I Know I Love You is a journey of recovery.