Update July 2015

Hi there! I hope you have found this blog because you are interested in learning more about pulse ox and heart defects, or maybe you saw my car with the website on the back and decided to check it out, either way: welcome. Please take a minute to read my son's story. Corbin was three months old when he passed away from heart defects but he has left an amazing legacy that continues to grow and blossom and inspire others to make a difference. It's all true and I hope you cherish it as much as I do.

I myself am currently enrolled back in college to study Diagnostic Sonography (ultrasounds and echos). I chose this field because of the passion Corbin's life has instilled in me for newborns and newborn health. I want to make a difference in someone's life and to be there for those parents who have to struggle through the "heart" journey that we found ourselves on 5 years ago.

I am not as active in social media as I used to be but that does not mean that my passion has left, it just means I have focused it in other places like college and taking care of my rainbow baby (baby after child loss) Charlie Jo. I continue to spread Corbin's story through the non profit I founded in 2013 called The Corbin Story Fund. The Fund raises awareness and education for heart defects and pulse ox as well as supporting a local child loss support group with the help of the NOAH Foundation, and we collect donations for the McDonald House in Morgantown to help families like us that have to stay there for an extended amount of time. We also honor Corbin's life through the Adopt a Highway program and clean up a local road a couple times a year.

If you were like to support this cause, please donate through paypal to: info@thecorbinstory.com

Meanwhile, I continue to volunteer with the Save Babies through Screening Foundation as a board member as well as participating with the NYMAC organization to help spread newborn screening awareness and education throughout the northern east coast.

Thank you for taking the time to check out Corbin's story and please feel free to share!

God bless.