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Before I was affected by Gastroschisis, I’d never known such a birth defect existed. At 19 years old and 18 weeks pregnant, I found myself immersed in a new whole new world filled with medical terminology, endless possible outcomes and tough decisions to make. In August 2013, just 10.5 months after my son, Greyson’s birth, I found myself once again tossed into a whole new world. This time it was one where I am the mother of a gastroschisis angel. In Greyson’s life and in his passing I have had the highest highs and the lowest lows. I have also met some wonderful people and found something to be passionate about and a cause to believe in. Gastroschisis has played a large role in who I am, it is forever part of my life.