A Letter to Davy on Her First Birthday

At 10:31 AM, this exact day last year, our Davy Elizabeth made her entrance into the world. In typical Frazier fashion it had to be done with a flare for the dramatic. Normal isn’t in our family’s vocabulary. Through squinted eyes Davy glimpsed light for the first time and made a courageous attempt at breathing in the […]

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Family Discovers Severe Mercy

This past Sunday, January 25th, our family was honored to be featured in my hometown newspaper “The Williamson County Sun”. Our talented friend, Michael Freeman, skillfully told Davy’s heroic battle against CDH and how God’s fingerprints were found throughout the journey. The Day of the Interview The funny thing is that when Michael came to […]

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100 Days

100 days. Davy has been in the hospital for 100 days today. I can remember sitting in the family room and noticing a gift that had been donated from a previous patient. The patient had been in the NICU for 67 days and I recall thinking, “67 days is a LONG time and NO WAY […]

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The Concept of Home

Our friends down the hall got to go home this past week!  Over 4 months they’ve endured the arduous journey that is life in the NICU. An expedition where the outcome is different for every traveler and not all travelers are promised a ticket home. It’s bitter sweet for fellow NICU families because your emotional […]

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