Thank you so much to those who have been part of the “My Guy & Me” Campaign. We ABSOLUTELY love each and every photo we’ve been receiving. The plan was to only feature 3 images, but they are all too amazing to leave any behind.
On behalf of TSF, we appreciate all those “GUYS” who have made the lives of these TS girls better. You all rock!
SHARE THE LOVE…EXPAND THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF “MY GUY & ME”
My turner princess Hannah and her dad. He is not her dad by birth but he chose to be her dad because he loves her. He is Fun, loving, Caring and Amazing.
This is Karlee’s father, Keith. He has been nothing but a huge supporter of Karlee! He’s sweet, loving, and carries us through all of Karlee’s trials.
My Husband Joe and our daughter, Ava with TS. He is our rock and biggest supporter. I don’t know where we’d be without him!
They are best friends she’s a daddy’s girl all the way❤
My husband (Derek) and I met in early 2009. He’s has been incredibly supportive through our IVF journey, and we have two beautiful boys as a result (ages 1 and 3). For the record, he is 6’5″. I am 5’0″.
Cody Metz , Hailey’s Dad , he takes me on adventures and makes me laugh. He is Funny, nice & Fun.
Me & My Dad.
My brother Glenn (standing in green shirt). He has always been one of my strongest allies. He is Caring, Good hearted, Loyal.
My Dad. He was always supportive of me and reminded me that “Good things come in small packages”. He was Caring, funny, Loving.
Bailey and her dad, Chet, celebrating her 8th birthday at Disney World. He is fun, loving, hardworking and the backbone of our family!
This is me and my husband of 12 years, Scott. He is my rock and my calm in the storm. He is patient, affectionate, and intuitive. He always seems to sense what I need.
My pop-pop. He has been raising me with my Grammy since I was 4. He is Loving, Caring, Generous
This is my husband and I. I never thought I could be so close to anyone, as I am with him.
My husband and I. We been married almost 15 years and still going strong. He loves everything about me and accept for me. I truely found my soulmate. He assures me everyday to be strong and stand up for myself. Thank you GOD for sending him in my life.
This is Doug Brooks. He is important to me because he is my dad! I think he is funny, kind, and calming.
A girl and her Dad. He’s always there to make sure she knows she’s beautiful and talented. He knows all the funny voices that make her laugh the most, he stays up way too late to work on projects to make her happy, and he lets her listen to music that most people would shake their head at because she enjoys it. He’s been her coach and her date to the father daughter dance every year, and she knows he’ll always be there for her.
My Little Brother
Halyn (our daughter with TS) daddy. His name is Darren and he is Halyns biggest fan. When we learned that our unborn child had TS the doctors encouraged us to terminate the pregnancy because she “would have no quality of life” but Darren believed in our little girl before we knew her. He knew she was strong and would be born a beautiful and amazing little girl. He was right. Her quality of life surpasses most.
My amazing son. My miracle.
This is our Sarah, who has TS, with her new “Baby” brother. His name is Jason. She was such a peanut and he was 22 lbs when we adopted him from Korea. She just always wanted a little baby to hold! He is now 12 and about a foot taller than her.
He is Strong, adventurous, and a provider.
Me & My Best Friend.
My Dad always has my back.
Me & My Dad Sorrento
These are my support guys! My husband Paul and my son, PJ. They are supportive, encouraging and loving 🙂
His name is Ben. He is my boyfriend. He is an amazing man who makes it his job to help me feel better about myself every single day. He is important to me because very few people in my life have ever made me feel the love that radiates from this man. He is encouraging, loving, and Amazing
Best friend for 12 years and counting 🙂
They are her father and brother. They are very important to her because, they give unconditional love and a lot of suppport!
My daughter was diagnosed with turners syndrome when I was 20 weeks pregnant, and her father (my husband) has been the most supportive, loving and helpful father I could ever ask for my daughter to have.
The goal of the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) is to support research initiatives and facilitate education programs that increase professional awareness and enhance medical care of those affected by Turner syndrome. TSF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.