I stand DBA Strong with the help of my family, friends, and DBA friends.
Brandy – 27 years
Angus – 4 years
Our greatest inspiration!
Maggie – 4 years
It’s not fun, but I am a tough cookie.
Audrey – 4 years
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.
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
Carole – 16 years
Sometimes I feel like the odd one out, restricted by DBA. I just have to keep reminding myself that God wouldn’t bless me with this challenge if He didn’t think I could handle it. I don’t let DBA define me, I try to defy DBA.
Gary & Zac – 30 years, 5 years
Some days are good, others not so good. Please help find a cure for our family.
Mike – 32 years, Alice – 4 years
Kristin – 25 years
Having DBA has taught me to not give up the fight and to do the best that I can. The DBAF has become more than just a source of friends and knowledge, but a family of support through the bad and the good.
Keegan – 2 years
We are not the first to say this and we will not be the last, the DBAF has saved our child’s life. I cringe at the thought of what her care would be had we not met the DBAF.