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Our Valentine’s Day & How Families Can Help Kids With Broken Hearts

Our Valentine’s Day & How Families Can Help Kids With Broken Hearts

Each year one week in February is Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week. Along with Valentine’s Day this year we celebrated CHD Awareness Week at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County’s Heart Patient Reunion Party. Other than dropping off donations to CHOC, we have not been there since Angel’s surgery in 2013. For those of you new to ISP, these are two of many photos of the time that inspired us to start the Infinite Smile Project. As new parents stepping into this world of terminology and technology we didn’t understand – a scene like this was something we weren’t prepared for. Rounds of doctors […]

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A New Must Read That Will Make You Ask, “What Can I Do to Change the World?”

  “It’s not other people who are responsible for making our world a better place; it’s us.” –Erik Rees When planning for a beach vacation or preparing for a long flight there are many great reads out there to choose from. I tend to lean towards witty, comical books or choose biographies to sort of escape reality on these trips. However, the book I just finished reading last week, “Never Ever Give Up, the Inspiring Story of Jessie and Her JoyJars”, by Erik Rees, was one that sort of fell in my lap by chance. I had the pleasure of […]

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