A day in the Life of Claire

This spot is dedicated to the preparation and life of Claire Cox. Claire has been diagnosed with Trisomy 18, which is a genetic disease caused by an extra chromosome at the 18th spot. We know that God can cure Claire at any time, and continue to pray for this; however we also know that His Will, will be done!

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Another THANKFUL day!


  • At 6:16 PM, October 12, 2006, Blogger dnjfollowhim said…

    Praise God for another day! Tammy, you look like a million bucks! Please kiss that sweet baby for me!
    His Love & Mine, Daphne

  • At 12:05 AM, October 13, 2006, Blogger paul said…

    I got a chance to meet little Claire Today, and an ANGEL she is. She is so precious and so small, it is wild how big of an impact she'll have on your heart.

    I have known Mr. and Mrs. Cox for about four months now, working in their beautiful home.
    I learned of Claire's possible condition several weeks prior to her birth. In awe I didn't know what to say, I felt deeply for them. I don't know how they handled themselves, accept through trust and faith in God. It's weird what they say about bad things happening to good people, because they are truely wonderful people. I couldn't ask for better people to work for.

    I know that they are greatful for every moment with their little angel, and I pray for them to have many more.
    I wish you the best and God Bless.

    Paul Poulos

  • At 3:10 PM, October 16, 2006, Blogger Diane Gilmore said…

    Tammy and Billy,

    You two are such amazing people. Today is the first day I've seen a picture of Claire and wow, what an angel. God gives gifts to those that deserve it and what a precious gift little Claire is to us all! My heart is filled with so much love for you and my prayers are never ending. Tammy, I am so proud and honored to be your friend. Please give both of your little angels, Camille and Claire, a gentle hug from the Gilmore's. God Bless you all. With much love, Diane and family


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