I don’t anything about Jimmy except that he is some guy on TV. I don’t know his background, his beliefs, or really much of anything about him.
But I can tell you this much, he sure was touched by the very people that do a similar type of job to what I’ve done for years: the neonatal ICU.
This guy sheds more tears on live TV talking about his newborn son and what happened in the previous week due to a heart condition called Tetrology of Fallot.
This is worth watching.
About Robert I Baxter
Greatest Commandment is #1.
Follower of Jesus, husband, father, RN, love photography, cancer survivor of Burkitt's twice (2008 & 2014). Stem Cell transplant November 2014. Work in a neonatal ICU.
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