Sydney McFall   |   August 9, 2018

Foster turned Forever In 2011 Gwen and Greg Lemley were serving as foster parents to three children siblings. Months into the siblings being in their care, the biological mother became …

Sydney McFall   |   July 23, 2018

No Magical Medicine “’I have a sick child.’ It’s something you hear often – He’s got a cold, she has a stomach virus, or even worse they have the flu. …

Sydney McFall   |   July 5, 2018

5 surgeries by age 5 Kimberly Hall was born on November 20, 1990 with a congenital heart defect called Tricuspid Atresia. This means that her tricuspid valve did not form, …

Erica Thayer   |   March 27, 2018

You made it. Your sweet, precious bundle survived open-heart surgery and you’re home from the hospital. Home. The place you’ve dreamed of being for days, weeks, months (years?). You’ve settled …

Tyler Thayer   |   June 12, 2017

Come join us for a fun-filled golf tournament in Murfreesboro, TN to raise funding for CHD research. Players of all ages and abilities are welcome! Why play? Here’s the story… …

Tyler Thayer   |   April 26, 2016

We watch. We wait. We wonder if today will be the day. The day her heart needs more repairs. We know the day is coming where we will once again …

Tyler Thayer   |   February 10, 2016

There are two main “classes” of Congenital Heart Defects: more mild defects which sometimes require no intervention, or less invasive treatments, and Critical Congenital Heart defects. Critical defects include missing …