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"Rebekah is a wonderfully active three year old who used to have lots of energy to spare. She lives with her mommy and daddy and her younger sister Sarah. In the end of 2004 we found out Rebekah likely had Cerebral Palsey as well as some other muscular/neurological issues. It took 6 months for us to get over that and get her started with special classes to help her grow to her fullest potential. Now she has been diagnosed with inoperable cancer in her face and neck (Ewing's Sarcoma). This Blog is about how this beautiful little girl (and her family) are coping with life on a day to day basis. Come share with us. It's okay to cry, to laugh, to love and to pray but whatever you do, go home and love your own little ones just that much more."

I don't know Rebekah, but I'll be back to her page to read, cry, laugh and pray with her family. Consider doing the same.


Blogger Kat said...

Wow. I'm not sure if I should thank you or be mad at you for the box of Kleenex I just went through.

My girls are about the same ages as Rebekah and Sarah. They're napping right now, but it's taking everything in me not to go, wake them up and hug them.

I'll definitely be keeping up with Rebekah's blog.

Blogger Rebekah Christine said...

Shaun and all of your many readers. THANK YOU so much for sharing Rebekah with the world. Yes, there will be lots of Kleenexes used if you go through the whole site but PLEASE remember that even from day one Rebekah's site is about rejoicing and blessings being stowed upon us. It is a story about God taking care of us and Rebekah. And most of all, it is God's way of reminding us all to love our children every second like it might be the last. It doesn't mean we don't think about the future, but we should love them right now like nothing else matters. And hopefully we get to do it every day for a long long time.

-Scott (Rebekah's Daddy)

Blogger Shaun Groves said...

Scott, if I can do anything to help you guys please let me know.



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