Sometimes, Little Red Riding Hood befriends the Big Bad Wolf or so says Gracie Isabella Ferguson of Leesburg, Georgia. Gracie, 6, likes to play with the finger puppets in our Gatewood House playroom.

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Last year my daughter Willow began experiencing high fevers and a lack of appetite. Doctors thought she had a bacterial infection and treated her with antibiotics. Two months later, Willow was experiencing the same symptoms. On January 31, 2018, an X-ray confirmed my worst fear. Willow’s enlarged spleen indicated she had cancer.

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On February 2, 2018, my husband and I anxiously awaited the arrival of our daughter, Jahira. We knew it was going to be a high-risk pregnancy when we found out she had a congenital diaphragmatic hernia and I would need to deliver her at the hospital in Macon, 45 minutes away from our home. Jahira was born by emergency cesarean and was rushed to the NICU immediately. After she was born we learned that Jahira […]

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  Over the years we’ve been so proud to watch Lily and Sawyer Spadgenske grow up at our Ronald McDonald House on Gatewood Road near Egleston. The Spadgenske family first came to know the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House as their home away from home 22 years ago shortly after Lily was born.  At just a month old, doctors diagnosed Lily with a rare life-threatening liver disorder which required a transplant for her survival.  The news […]

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  No one knows better than Stacy Woelfel that simply being with family is the best that life has to offer. For Stacy and her four-year-old daughter Caroline, there are no quick fixes ahead. Born with a hole in her heart, Caroline’s illness has left her with underlying conditions like chronic fatigue, autonomic dysfunction, and the need for leg braces. Due to Caroline’s ongoing conditions, she has to go to the hospital at least once […]

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