Jonathan

Jonathan is a miracle baby. At birth, he was diagnosed with Down syndrome and with three holes in his heart. Jonathan struggled to gain weight for months, which he needed to do before he could have heart surgery. While the surgery was successful, specialists at Phoenix Children’s then found that he had a tethered spinal cord. Then COVID-19 hit and everything shut down.

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