Lorraine says, “This brought a tear of both sadness and joy to my eyes – sadness in the sense that he is always going to have Tyrosinaemia, which will require life-long management. And joy because he was genuinely so excited to see everyone again.”
She says that until you experience a child with an illness or condition, that it’s hard to understand what it’s like to be part of a hospital environment for life. But she maintains that they feel very privileged to be part of the Temple Street family.
“Everybody’s life is packaged differently. We were given the most beautiful little boy with a rare condition, who has brought so many wonderful gifts with him into our lives. There is nothing that we would change about our lives. We are so fortunate to be part of the Temple Street world, where all the wonderful nurses and doctors make Temple Street so special with their ongoing passion and dedication for what they do. Thank you Temple Street.”
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