Parents teach their children many things: how to ride a bike, good table manners, kindness. But most parents will attest that they learn quite a bit from their children, even from the time they are in the womb. One father, Nick Macedonia, reflects on the significant lessons he learned from his daughter, Gianna. She was diagnosed with…


When a family receives a prenatal diagnosis, much of the emphasis is understandably placed on the mom and the sick baby. Dads, however, have an important role and a unique perspective in a family’s journey. Rich Stryker’s daughter, Corrine, was born on December 17, 2011, and lived for 90 grace-filled minutes. Rich has some beautiful reflections…

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