Tag: Lurie Children's Hospital

How My Son Got A New Liver: Pip Goes Home

April is National Donate Life Month and Bunny, Pip, and I want you to be very aware because without organ donation and transplant, Pip wouldn’t be with us today. More than 115,000 men, women, and children need life-saving organ transplants right now and every 10 minutes, another name is added to the list. An average... Read more »

How My Son Got A New Liver: The Rollercoaster Takes a Turn Toward Home

April is National Donate Life Month and Bunny, Pip, and I want you to be very aware because without organ donation and transplant, Pip wouldn’t be with us today. More than 115,000 men, women, and children need life-saving organ transplants right now and every 10 minutes, another name is added to the list. An average... Read more »

How My Son Got A New Liver: Week Two in the Ole PICU

April is National Donate Life Month and Bunny, Pip, and I want you to be very aware because without organ donation and transplant, Pip wouldn’t be with us today. More than 115,000 men, women, and children need life-saving organ transplants right now and every 10 minutes, another name is added to the list. An average... Read more »
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Tearin' It Up at the Chicago Dance Marathon

Lookin good!
There are few pluses to chronic illness – especially pediatric chronic illness – but since we here at TAAAoMBP like to choose happiness, I will say that it is really really nice to get to be a speaker on behalf of Lurie Children’s Hospital and The Children’s Miracle Network and Pip’s illness made that happen.... Read more »