Some girls are just born with glitter in their veins

Our Jennifer

"I didn't give her
the gift of life,
rather life gave
me the gift of
her."

JLK was diagnosed with DIPG on her 6th birthday. Click here to
find out more about DIPG. Keeping reading to find out more
about our little girl.

Jennifer Lynn Kranz was born on October 28, 2007 at
4:38pm. She weighed 7lb 8oz and was 19.5 inches long.
It was a long road to find her filled with miscarriages, IVF
and failed adoptions. But I was the first to hold her and got
to cut the cord. As Jennifer says, “It was the day we went from
being Tony and Libby to Mommy and Daddy.” She is our dream come true and the greatest gift we have ever been given. Also, the 16th grandchild of Bill and Mary Scharrenberg, lovingly nicknamed ‘Baby Jennifer’

"Our Love" Where it was born from and where it will always remain.

Recent Posts

Fluttering means to me…

I am thinking about the fluttering fundraiser a lot lately. Read about it here. I am feel like its such a perfect representation of what we want Unravel to do/be. It raises awareness and funds and its something kids can help with. My personal goal is to do it 25 out of 30 days.. I […]

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Daddy… 5 months gone..

It has only been 5 months, but it feels like a life time. I find myself looking at pictures and old quick movies that I took on my phone of her and her brothers and I still can’t believe it; I don’t want to believe it. The fog has unfortunately lifted and now my family […]

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she has cancer

I miss seeing her in new ways.. I miss her little arms surprising me with hugs.. and the sweet way she would talk to her baby sister. All I have now is the pictures. Sometimes I drown in them. . Often after I write I look for the right pictures to fit in. It takes […]

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Flutter

This idea came to me at my sister’s house. She had a neighbor whose house had been “flocked” with all of those pink flamingos on the front lawn. I thought what a great concept to raise awareness for pediatric cancer … Then it happened to me and I found out it could also be utilized as a fundraiser. I am proud […]

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