By looking at Chasity its hard to believe that a couple of years ago we nearly lost her, her beautiful smile very nearly became a thing of only memories, but Chasity fought and she survived.
Chasity is six now and like most first grade girls, she likes to watch shows like Jessie and I-Carly and a few cartoons, though she doesn't really find many that hold her interest these days, and she loves to read, but Chasity now uses a walker to get around, because a car lost control and ran her over.
We know we are blessed she is alive, and we are thankful for her, and we are blessed that she did not suffer any kind of tramatic brain injury, that in itself was a miracle of God's hand. We are forever thankful for that.
Chasity is my joy and my light, and I am very proud to be this bright eyed beautiful little girls Mother, and don't let the walker or the braces fool you Chasity will be the first one to tell you she is no different than the other children her age, perhaps a little more grown up but she has the same dreams and ambitions as many children her age.
And I know with Chasity's courage anything she takes on she can suceed at...
Hannah (Chasity's Mom)