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The Original Wish Mom

Linda Pauling, Chris Greicius, Make-A-Wish Arizona
Linda wears glasses, a green cap and a Make-A-Wish sweatshirt, a sort of casual-but-spirited look. Her grey hair peeks out from underneath her hat, and her blue eyes have a kindness behind them that is seldom matched.

Nov 23, 2016

The Original Wish Mom

Linda Pauling, Chris Greicius, Make-A-Wish Arizona
Linda wears glasses, a green cap and a Make-A-Wish sweatshirt, a sort of casual-but-spirited look. Her grey hair peeks out from underneath her hat, and her blue eyes have a kindness behind them that is seldom matched.

Choosing Brave

Choosing Brave
Jessica Lindberg is the mother of four sons. Her oldest, Ethan, was born with a heart defect and passed away in June of 2012. Her youngest, Bodey, was just diagnosed with congenital muscular dystrophy. In her first guest post for Wish Nation, she writes about the loneliness of parenting special needs kids and what helps her hold her head high.

Apr 29, 2016

Choosing Brave

Choosing Brave
Jessica Lindberg is the mother of four sons. Her oldest, Ethan, was born with a heart defect and passed away in June of 2012. Her youngest, Bodey, was just diagnosed with congenital muscular dystrophy. In her first guest post for Wish Nation, she writes about the loneliness of parenting special needs kids and what helps her hold her head high.

The Moments a Struggling Family Needed

jen moody zach make-a-wish
In today’s post, guest blogger Jen shares her memories of her son Zach’s wish – and how she and her family found happiness in their final days with him.

Dec 23, 2015

The Moments a Struggling Family Needed

jen moody zach make-a-wish
In today’s post, guest blogger Jen shares her memories of her son Zach’s wish – and how she and her family found happiness in their final days with him.

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