Success Story Nathan
November 1, 2015, was one of the scariest days of my life. I thought it would be the last day that I would be able to kiss and hold my son, or even tell him I love him.
On that day, my family and I found out my son Nathan was type one diabetic. Trying to process what I had just heard, I also had to deal with the fact that he was in a diabetic ketoacidosis coma. He was in that coma for four days. Since we have found out, things have been hard, but-but he is a fighter, and that gives me strength. Shortly after we found out due to the lengthy hospital stay, and the situation, my fiance and I lost our jobs, and we became homeless. We moved quite a bit, ending up right back in Texas. Nathan became hospitalized again, and the caseworker gave me the website to FDRC. since then, things have really started to look up. we are not where we would like to be just yet, but I am with the full belief that we are on the right track. I am not able to work, and FDRC helps with things Nathan and my other children need, that I at the moment, am not able to provide. My Fiance works, But we are a house of six. Three boys and one girl including ourselves is not an easy task with just one income.
I am truly blessed to have the help of FDRC.