November 9, 2012
My husband and I received the wonderful news that we were going to be having twins at 9 weeks. But this came with some concern. Our twins were a very rare type of twin. They were in the same sac, and therefore very high risk for survival, and would need to be delivered no later than 34 weeks. Thank God, our boys made it to 32 weeks, but this meant a stay in the ICN (intensive care nursery) at Dartmouth. We lived a little over an hour from the hospital, and I had no clue how I was going to be able to afford to stay near my boys. Then a friend told me about David's house. What an amazing place! It is a home away from home. The staff always had a smile on their face. The community had volunteers making dinners for the weary parents that spent countless hours with their child/children. A comfortable place to sleep, a hot shower helped us to ready for the long days at the hospital. We are very thankful for David's house. If it weren't for David's house, I don't even want to imagine how the experience would have been. To top it off, we made friends that will last a lifetime. This organization founded by a little boy with a selfless dream, has helped so many people and has touched many lives. Thank you David's house!
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