now i can breathe…. Lyndsay Stradtner2010-09-27T21:34:30-05:00September 27th, 2010|My Family| go here. and most definitely go here. i see three angels: my baby, the amazing woman who helped us save him and my wonderful friend behind the camera who helped us celebrate. i can’t stop crying….but now i can breathe…. Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditPinterestVk Related Posts Acadia National Park Adventures Part 1 – Fulltime RV Family Gallery Acadia National Park Adventures Part 1 – Fulltime RV Family February 19th, 2020 | 0 Comments 365 Project: The birder and the hiker Gallery 365 Project: The birder and the hiker February 19th, 2020 | 0 Comments 10 on Tuesday Gallery 10 on Tuesday February 18th, 2020 | 0 Comments 365 Project: Fajita week Gallery 365 Project: Fajita week February 17th, 2020 | 0 Comments 365 Project: Z what do you see? Gallery 365 Project: Z what do you see? February 16th, 2020 | 0 Comments 11 Comments Jennifer September 27, 2010 at 9:57 PM beautiful – the photos and the words in both spots Heather T. September 27, 2010 at 11:00 PM Beautiful!!! I’m so glad you can finally breathe….I know this rocked you to your core but can you believe the view from the other side? You faith is stronger your love runs deeper then you ever imagined and I hope you realized that you are stronger then you ever dreamed! I love u! Heather September 28, 2010 at 3:10 AM Long time blog-stalker here, wow it is SO good to see him again. I have watched him grow up through your pictures and have prayed for him ever since he got sick. Many of us out here really feel like we know you and you amazing family. I remember this summer wondering how he was and would check the blog. It was just little reminders to pray for Tegan which I did. You two are amazing parents. Thank you for sharing your story, you look awesome Tegan such a handsome boy! Nicki September 28, 2010 at 5:23 AM I can’t begin to imagine – I don’t want to imagine. But your tears, your questionable loss of mojo, your inner defense system shielding you from facing the reality you were living and sweet little Teagan was living every day – that I can imagine. Bless you, Teagan, and your family. And Marti. As one of the prior posters stated, we have watched and followed and as cliche as it sounds – we are all praying and pulling for you guys. Jessica W September 28, 2010 at 6:13 AM Wonderful photos! He looks so grown and so healthy! Thank you for sharing him again! Melissa W September 28, 2010 at 6:47 AM I don’t know if I have ever written you a comment either, but I found your blog a few years ago and was captivated by your beautiful pictures and as I have read about your precious son, I have prayed for him and for your entire family. All I can say is that Teagan is absolutely beautiful! He looks like a perfect, healthy, vibrant little boy and those wonderful pictures would make you think he’d never seen a struggle. I will continue to pray for his complete healing. Meanwhile, I’m thanking God for getting to see another miracle. Lorena Mora September 28, 2010 at 8:47 AM He looks beautiful Lyndsay and so much bigger than the last time you posted a picture of him. I am so happy to see him and from one mama heart to another I know you will be ok and so will Teagan. I can’t wait to see more of him. Susan September 28, 2010 at 7:20 PM Awesome pics! Thank you so much for sharing Teagan with us. I am so happy for your little family. I know that many prayers were sent your way and prayer is a powerful thing! Thank God for angels! Oh and tears of joy feel good, too. BELIEVE! Angie K. September 29, 2010 at 6:08 AM Damn you, you made me cry. 🙂 I think of you guys often and hug my children just a little tighter. Lindsay Garrett September 30, 2010 at 7:31 AM I am a long admirer of your work. I am sorry to say that I have been absent for a while, and I was not aware of the medical issues you were having with Teagan. I was floored, awestruck, and astonished at what you and your family and friends have gone through with this ordeal. You have brought to light a whole lot of issues for me that I have considered since our own daughter was born regarding vaccinations. Our own medical pediatrician’s office is very pro-vaccination. I was terrified to give our daughter vaccinations. I was told by so many that we were risking our daughter’s life by NOT giving them to her and that they really weren’t linked to such risk factors. Obviously, we didn’t feel we had a choice. She has attended daycare since she was three months old unfortunately, and she is constantly exposed to toxins at daycare. She was continuously sick every two weeks. Nowadays, bc of daycare she has a runny nose about every three days. It was hard for us to decide what was best for her. I wanted to protect her, but I have read of the dangers of vaccinations. I am taking a new outlook after reading about your struggle, and I am looking into other doctors that offer other options besides the mass produced push towards vaccinations. Thank you for sharing your story. I know it was hard, but it really is important that people be aware of all the options and possibilites. They may be struggling with the same thing. Education and information is key. I cannot thank you enough. Your strength is amazing and beautiful. God bless your family. Love, Lindsay Lisa October 1, 2010 at 9:04 AM I am so happy to read your new blog and see the incredible pictures of Teagan. But mostly, I’m glad to hear how well he’s doing!!! Over the past several months, I’ve embraced natural healing in a lot of ways myself and I’m always eager to read other success stories. 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