I want you to know that I prayed for Will and Caroline from the moment we heard you had gone back to the hospital. My heart ached for you. I prayed for your family, for your strength to get through each day, knowing that you still had children at home wanting your attention and the weight of two in the hospital. The exhaustion of having infants and that being compounded by worry and that heartache when you cannot do anything to help your child. I prayed. I would ask Joshua at school how the babies were, and we celebrated when he told me that Caroline had come home. I will never forget when he came into my classroom that morning and told me that “Will is doing so much better, he has gone to heaven, and he is better now.” I felt the world spinning under my feet. I had to sit, I could not teach. What amazing parents you are. I have followed your story and I am awe of you and your strength.
What has really changed me through your story and Wills life is watching you constantly point to our Father. As you have endured what I would imagine to be the hardest of trials, you have never stopped praising God and giving him glory. What a remarkable way that you have been able to use this very sad situation to teach others about the love of Christ, Including me. Thank you for sharing your story so boldly. You will be able to give so much to so many through your strength and testimony. I admire you. Thank you for opening up your heart to us.