In honor of Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) Awareness Week, 26-year-old Kami Sutton wanted to share her journey that began at Seattle Children’s the day she was born.
Seattle Children’s is my home. From the previously trademark blue bubble letters, the giraffes (which were recently replaced in the remodel), trains and Mickey Mouse – it is home. It is full of the people who I have trusted with my life since before I can even remember.
I was transferred to Seattle Children’s from a local hospital on Sept. 21, 1988, at only four hours old after being delivered via emergency C-section. I was blue and unable to breathe on my own. My parents were told I most likely would not survive the 30 minute trip down I-5 to the hospital. Read full post »