Thursday, November 27, 2008


Happy Thanksgiving from Glitterful Felt Stories!

We are so thankful to all our wonderful customer's and readers!

We are Thankful!
After being on hospital bed rest for 16 weeks (yes they can keep you in a hospital that long!).....we were blessed with the birth of our third child! Our son Tyler was premature and suffered from RSV shortly after birth. He had such a rough start into our world! After he recovered from RSV his body stopped producing white blood cells (the cells that fight off colds and infections) He had to begin doing white blood cell replacement therapy called GCSF. Due to large cost of this drug my husband and I started Glitterful Felt Stories to help defer the cost of his medications. He are so thankful today for his health!! He is improving everyday and his doctor's recently decreased his medication!! We are so thankful today for this wonderful blessing!!

We are also thankful to Andrew and Ella's birthmothers. Who choose life for this two amazing souls and choose us to be their parents and raise them in this wonderful world. We love them so much and we are Thankful for the wonderful blessing they bestowed upon us!

We hope this day finds you happy and healthy with the people who you love so dearly!


  1. Happy Thanksgiving Glitterful Felt Stories! We love you! Our son has autism and he loves your stories. It has helped him to enjoy storytime....your company is a blessing to our family!


  2. I met Shelby at Choc when Tyler was getting a spinal tap done. She was singing to him with her felt stories. We shared a room. When Tyler and her left she left my son and I with all her felt stories. They have been amazing for us. We use them everytime we are at Choc for our transfusions. We love you Shelby! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

    ps. love your new blog. It is so cute! You are always trying to help people.


    Carolyn and Austin


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