Leaving A Lasting Impression on this World


No matter who you are or what you believe in, it’s clear that Jaxon’s tiny footprints will have a lasting impression on this world, and that he has already touched and inspired more lives in one year than most of us ever will in our lifetime’.

This story in the health section of The Daily Mail, reminds us that when we follow the moral framework of “do no harm” in the cases of pregnancy, we find the blessings overflow.  Brandon and Brittany, the parents of Jaxon who was born with anecephaly have loved their child and supported him with all his needs,  and celebrated his first birthday last August.

Unfortunately, through social media, trolls have told the parents that they were wrong not to have aborted Jaxon when they discovered the disability at 23 weeks gestation, as many parents do.  Their witness in continuing to love Jaxon even more from there onwards and tell the trolls how wrong they are is so powerful.  The above quote from Brandon, Jaxon’s father tells us quite clearly that you don’t need to be rich, or famous or even without disability to touch people and change the world.  This is what Jaxon is doing by surviving and being himself – a little boy who needs more care than most children his age and loves right back.  Is there any thing worth more?

Read the full story with photos, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3251158/Father-miracle-baby-Jaxon-just-turned-one-despite-missing-skull-opens-Internet-abuse-wife-received-letting-son-live.html

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