In 2004, a recent grad started her first job out of college. There, the guy across the cube, who was leaving for grad school, trained her for the new job. Then he left to pursue his PhD in Physics.
Three years later, she decided to pursue a Masters in Biomedical Engineering. Prior to leaving her job, they went on a snowboarding trip with some old co-workers.
They started talking. A long-distance relationship began. And their paths would become joined forever.
Shortly after she received her Masters, they were joined as one before God in an intimate wedding.
Shortly after he received his PhD, they moved back to California, along with two huskies.
In 2010, they became a family of 3 with the birth of their son, B.
In 2012, they gave B a little brother, Kaleb.
Suddenly, in September 2012, Kaleb was diagnosed with Infantile Spasms at the age of 5.5 months old. Days later, he was also diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.
IS = Infantile Spasms
was = past indicative of is
This is our journey from IS to WAS.
(If you’re new here, please start with Kaleb’s Story.)