Mike Miller and his wife have much to celebrate even before tonight’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals. The Millers brought home their newborn daughter, Jaelyn, from the hospital on Saturday afternoon after spending two weeks in a pediatric intensive care unit. Jaelyn was born with four holes in her heart – a ventricular septal defect. According to Mike, Jaelyn is doing much better! Doctors say that at least one of the holes has already closed! There will be several doctor’s appointments in the coming days, but prayerfully, the worst is over and better days are ahead!
GOD IS GOOD!
Taniesha and her husband, John Salmons of the Milwaukee Bucks, realized the importance of having a relationship with God early during their college days. And, it’s her faith that gives her security in their marriage and the strength to raise their young children even when John is away during the long 82-game season.
Find out how this former civil litigation attorney selflessly put her career on hold in order to become the wife and mother that God called her to be!
As Mike Miller of the Miami Heat, prepares for tonight’s game 5 against the Chicago Bulls, he does so with a heavy heart. Miller has spent the majority of his time this past week in the hospital with his newborn daughter, Jaelyn. Born with an undisclosed health issue caused by complications from childbirth, Jaelyn has remained in the intensive care unit since her birth last Thursday. “Sometimes, people don’t realize we go through the same things most people go through,” said Mike.
Miller, who has been going back and forth from practices and games to the hospital says, “As important as the playoffs or the Eastern Conference Finals are to me, the most important thing right now is (Jaelyn) and my wife.”
Maria Menounos, Access Hollywood and Today Show correspondent known for her countless celebrity red carpet interviews, has recently released a new book entitled “The EveryGirl’s Guide to Life.” The book reveals how she lost 40 pounds the healthy way, and offers numerous personal tips on makeup, fashion, and staying organized…which I desperately need!
Boston Celtics captain and nine-time NBA All-Star, Paul “The Truth” Pierce has launched The Truth on Health Campaign to empower children ages 10-14 to lead healthier, more active lifestyles!