Wednesday, December 22, 2010

All About Each Other

Gabrielle Mae Ross was born two months ago with a genetic disorder, which is basically a terminal illness. While the adjustment has been challenging, Gabrielle has taught us to appreciate each and every moment that our days bring. They're gifts. I hope this video fills you with hope and courage, and reminds you that the time we have with those closest to us are the most precious gifts we can possibly receive.


The Ross Family.

Song: "Paris 2004" By: Peter, Bjorn, and John
- they're awesome, buy their album!!


  1. OK, break this record...tears in three seconds!!
    It's absolutely a wonderful videa showing the daily life and moments that we might otherwise rush through...
    love you guys...xoxo

  2. you guys are great parents. Love you and thinking of you every second.

  3. Hi there, This is Alison. I am Andrew's mom from Laronde. The staff in Andrew's class shared your news with me. I just want to send a hello out and say that I understand. What most don't realize is that Andrew's disease is a terminal diagnosis also. He was misdiagnosed with a lysosomal storage disease at 3, however, that was not the correct diagnosis. His diagnosis is a huge unknown but the disease is progressive and, yes, every day is a blessing. Hope you don't mind if I follow along your journey.

    Alison - Andrew's mom

  4. Hi Alison! It is so nice to 'meet' you. Thank you for reaching out and contacting us. Andrew is such a sweetheart and one of the happiest kids at school. I had no idea Andrew's diagnosis was terminal also. I would love for you to follow along and I would love to meet you one day. There's not too many other people who can relate to having a child with a terminal disease. Keep in touch.

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