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Welcome to the Love Ross & Meredith family.

Many of you have been following our son Ross Davis since he was born, long before we received the diagnosis of MPSIII Type A – Sanfilippo Syndrome. The purpose and mission of this website/blog is multifaceted and I’m sure the odd name of simply “Love Ross & Meredith” puzzled you.

  1. For family, friends and even complete strangers who love our kiddos… this site is for you. It’s a place for those of us who have been touched by their lives to stay engaged during their journey and share your love.
  2. There’s a message of encouragement from Ross and Meredith’s potential prospectives promoting the goodness of life, enjoyment of life, and the future of eternal life…. all signed, Love Ross & Meredith.

 

Recent Blog Posts

You’re Killing Me, Dad!

You’re Killing Me, Dad!

OK, not literally… but sorta.  For many years college football has consumed my weekends, and when I say consumed, I mean consumed.  It was football from ESPN Gameday till the game of the day for me, not leaving much time with the kids.  We did not make plans on the weekend that didn’t involve football.  A wedding on game day? […]

Fundraiser, clinical trial offer hope for family

Fundraiser, clinical trial offer hope for family

The nickels, dimes and quarters added up to more than a thousand dollar bills.

Collected was throughout the community of Wewahitchka during March, as part of a drive coordinated by pre-K teacher Darlene Ake, the change to bring change for a young family in Wewahitchka.  
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Coins for a cure

Coins for a cure

By Tim Croft

Published: Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 09:30 AM.

Students at Wewahitchka Elementary School are collecting change in hopes of a fueling change.

With homemade banks, pronouncing they “love somebody rare” and distributed throughout the school, heck, being carried beyond by the day, the children of Darlene Ake’s pre-K class are in search of change, quarters, pennies, nickels and dimes 

 

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33 years ago today, two special people were preparing the world for you.

On this day, March 22, 1982, I was born with high aspirations of becoming the next famous athlete, doctor, or President of the United States just like any parent has for their children. Raised in the lower-middle class America, where yes ma’am and please is a must, I was being prepared for you.

I spent many summers mowing the 10 acre […]