·  Normal is a dryer setting.


I love Namine so much. She is always in my thoughts and prayers. I love her mom and dad too. Namine is one tough, wonderful, smart, and beautiful girl, a true gift from God! God bless you Namine, Jessica, and Paul!

Through Michele and St. Paul’s church, I have learned so much about how special Namine is. My family keeps her in our thoughts and prayers.

I’m so proud of namine and her parents. May god give them more strength. Namine and her family is such a good example.

I just read your article in Forward in Christ and had to find a way to contact you, My name is Deb Schiller and my husband and I live in Hustisford, WI with our three children. Our youngest son, Ben is now 10. He was born with double outlet right ventricle, Goldenhar’s syndrome and Klipple Feil syndrome….a very rare combination just as your daughter. Ben has had 4 heart surgeries, 2 cervical fusion surgeries, plastic surgery on his face, had a trach for 3 and half years and still has both a g tube and a j tube. He also suffers from cyclic vomiting syndrome and migraines. Ben is a blessing from the Lord and our family would not be the same without him. Ben’s first four years were filled with hospital stays, surgeries. and enough medical equipment at home to make his room look like a hospital room. But through it all the Lord gave us strength and taught us so much through this little boy. Your article touched my heart because it is also our story.

This little girl is a inspiration. I have known her mom a very long time and am so happy that God has them all under his wing

Andrea Keyser Scott · September 25, 2015 at 5:50 pm

What a sweet strong little daughter you have Paul! Keep telling her story! :)

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