In October it will mark 4 years we have been doing ABR. Noah has grown in strength and has been much healthier. But, his goofy grin hasn't changed a bit.
This the front of the ABR Center. I remember walking through these doors for the first time and being so scared and excited at the same time. Part of me was afraid that they would tell us that ABR couldn't help Noah and the other part of me was excited that we may have found the one thing that could help Noah the most. Four years later we have realized it was the latter.
This is about 1/4th of the new families that started with us. I often wonder how many of the families are still doing ABR.
When we decided to try ABR, it felt like we were stepping out into the great unknown. We traveled to a different country and spent a week amongst people who spoke a different language. I think it was the scariest thing we have ever done. But, I'm so glad we did. Noah has come a long way and I can see a better quality of life for him and us because of it. I always said, if God wants us to continue ABR for Noah he will provide and he has done just that. Just today some of Noah's Earth Angels knocked on the door and handed us a check for our traveling expanses to Montreal in October. We are so blessed to live in such a awesome community.
Thank You So Much!!!!!!