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Max’s Mickey Mouse Fantasy is Fulfilled

October 23rd, 2015

“This experience provided him with happy memories that will last a lifetime” On New Year’s Day, newborn Max was rushed back to the hospital by his concerned parents. Max was spitting up, hadn’t had his first bowel movement, and had a distended belly. Placed in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, doctors inserted an internal colon […]

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Flying High with Ethan

October 20th, 2015

“From roller coasters to indoor skydiving, this wish let him explore his adventurous side” Ethan wasn’t drinking his bottle, had a high pitched squeal, and the compressions in his stomach for breathing were abnormal. Ethan was admitted to the hospital, and doctors placed a feeding tube in his little body. Then he started to have […]

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Makayla’s Splash Mountain Memories

September 17th, 2015

“She radiated happiness throughout the entire trip” At 18 months old, Makayla’s mom noticed that her daughter’s eyes were puffy. Thinking the symptoms were allergy related, Makayla’s doctor gave her antibiotics and a steroid to reduce the swelling. When the symptoms persisted despite the medicine, a series of tests revealed that there was a lack […]

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Adeline Davis

A Glass Slipper for Adeline

July 20th, 2015

“PRINCESS-PACKED WISH TRIP WAS SPECTACULAR” Adeline was diagnosed at birth with Down syndrome, a congenital disorder that can cause intellectual impairment and physical abnormalities. She was placed in the NICU for six days where she then contracted E-coli. After her release, Adeline was diagnosed with hypothyroidism at 6 months old when she didn’t reach her […]

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