A Seizure Log Your Doctor Will Love

A Seizure Log your Doctor will Love

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A Seizure Log your Doctor will Love By Colleen Jendreas   With epilepsy, keeping track of seizures is incredibly important. Your Epileptologist will be relying heavily on the information your provide and if you provide ALL right the info, it could save you a trip to the EMU (Epilepsy Monitoring Unit). Here is how […]

My Life With Epilepsy – By Jordan Bartley

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] My Life With Epilepsy – By Jordan Bartley Why do people think they know what’s best for me?  I can say that 10 years ago I thought no one knew me well enough to give me quality advice that would be beneficial specifically involving my epilepsy.  I believed anyone who didn’t have epilepsy wouldn’t […]

Baby Aiden: A Story of Perseverence and Motherly Love

Sorry this took so long! Aiden Ross is 7 months old he is also a twin. On August 7th we noticed aiden having some weird movements. We went to the dr and his pcp sent us to McClain's childrens in temple for seizures. We were there for 3 days. The de there thought it was seizures. We did a eeg, blood work and a echocardiogram. Besides the blood work everything came back normal. The neurologist said he was perfect it was just baby movement. I knew there was something wrong with him. He was 6 months cant roll over couldnt even grab toys. We got sent home and I just couldnt do nothing. So I did my own research where I found mickeys miracle. I got in touch with Kristie. She made me feel like I wasnt alone. She went above and beyond and got in touch with dr Perry at cooks hospital in fr worth (2 hrs away from us) within 2 days we were admitted into cooks. Dr perry redid a eeg it to came back normal. After observing we discovered aiden autonomic nervous system wasnt developing the way it should. We were sent home. We got set up with ECI physical therapy. Dr david which is who is also on his case felt like it was necessary to do a mri. So on sept 5th we did the mri and it was also normal. We had our first at home physical therapy on sept 6th. Aidens leg and feet muscles are very weak. (Low muscle tone) his shoulder muscles are extremely tight. Which causes the shaking and constant twisting of his hands and feet. He has no control of his limbs. His right side is weaker than his left. Right now we will be doing physical therapy 1 to 2 times a week for a while. Hoping we will be able to get actual diagnosis. We go back to cooks oct 2nd for a follow up.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Baby Aiden: A Story of Perseverence and Motherly Love Aiden Ross is 7 months old and is a twin.  On August 7th, his and his family’s life changed.  Warrior momma Katy noticed Aiden having some weird movements. They went to the doctor and his pediatric specialist sent them to McClain’s Children’s Hospital in Temple […]

Raise It Up For Pediatric Epilepsy Gala and Poker Tournament

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Raise It Up For Pediatric Epilepsy Gala and Poker Tournament   Hosted by Mickie’s Miracles & Sponsored by Choc Children’s Hospital and Charity Series of Poker. The pediatric epilepsy awareness community joins together for a charity fundraiser gala and Vegas-style poker tournament.  The event will feature a culinary extravaganza custom designed by Fashion Island […]

Baby Dean: A Story of Hope and Miracles

Baby Dean: A Story of Hope and Miracles

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] July 1 is a very special day for me. In 2010, it was the day that I gave birth to my firstborn son, Preston. This year it ended up being a special day for another little boy close to my heart. One of our Mickie’s Miracles warriors, baby Dean, was scheduled to have a […]

A Miraculous Journey – Warrior Baby Noah’s Story

Gladys & Baby Noah

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A Miraculous Journey – Warrior Baby Noah’s Story A Word from Kristie Griess, CEO & Visionary Founder, Mickie’s Miracles This testimonial provided by Warrior Mom Gladys and Warrior Baby Noah is why we do what we do – why we spend so much energy raising awareness, traveling across the country raising money, and creating […]

Baby Kinsley’s Infantile Spasms Story

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] About 4 weeks ago, Baby Kinsley’s mother Jasmin Spears reached out to us. Just like many worried mothers before her, she was utterly worried for her daughter’s well-being, confused in a vicious loop of symptom-treating & misdiagnosis. Luckily, our CEO Kristie Griess was able to direct her to Dr. Millichap at Luries Childrens Hospital. This is […]

Baby Alondra’s Infantile Spasms Story

Last year, through an unlikely connection, we were put in touch with Grissel and her baby girl Alondra.This is their story. California native, baby Alondra was born on January 16, and had to have heart surgery when she was one day old. In and out of the NICU, Alondra’s doctors struggled to definitively diagnose her […]

Celebrating Pediatric Epilepsy Day With Some Reflection

As autumn leaves and rain begin to fall, I’m reflecting on this past summer’s encounters as we celebrate California Pediatric Epilepsy Awareness Day today and Epilepsy Awareness month in November. Stay tuned for opportunities to promote, inspire and contribute. Our foundation is expanding with the same fervor our warrior families demonstrate daily in their fight […]

Baby Mia’s Infantile Spasms Story

After meeting Mickie’s Warrior mom Lea Pasos, our founder and CEO Kristie Griess was ready to use every resource at her disposal to help baby Mia. This is mom Lea and baby Mia’s story.  We were so very excited to welcome our second baby girl, Mia, into the world on July 17, 2017.  After a […]

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