Living with DBA is the hardest, yet most fulfilling, aspect of our lives. Audrey is the absolute love of our lives and we are thankful everyday for her.
Audrey – 4 years
James Thomas – 3 years
Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.
YouKai (Stephen) – 5 years
We are hopeful that a cure will be discovered soon so that our son doesn’t have to endure pokes and disruptions and can feel good all the time – isn’t that what every child deserves?
Yashar – 15 years
For me, DBA has blocked the path to my goal. To get there, I’ll have to fight it and one day, I will reach that goal because I didn’t give up!
Jamie – 7 years
This is Jamie…Jamie is 7 years old, from the U.K… and he has DBA…. he’s brave, he’s strong, and above all, he’s always smiling.
Peyton – 6 years
I cheer for a cure for DBA!
Jensen – 4 years
Living with DBA is challenging and confusing at times but with the DBAF by your side their information and guidance is PRICELESS.
Maggie – 4 years
It’s not fun, but I am a tough cookie.
Natalie – 9 years
I am here. I am in the present tense. I’m not always here, and sometimes here is a very difficult place. Sometimes it is a labyrinth, or a Minotaur, or a rope I can neither let go of nor follow. It’s hard to find the right words, but I guess I would say that it’s something like feeling the floor. And that it is my privilege to feel it. -Meg Howrey
Seth – 4 years
Though in our hearts we desire to be free from DBA, we have learned patience, love, trust, perseverance, compassion, courage, and to cry.