From the very beginning, Morgan Cheek and her husband, Hugh, knew they had a special, God-given love. So when the couple discovers they are expecting twins, they find themselves awestruck, inspired, and doubly blessed.
But it soon becomes clear that Bailey Grace and Ally are no ordinary baby girls. God had endowed them with differences, by way of a genetic condition that creates special developmental needs.
On Milk and Honey is the story of Cheek's pregnancy with the girls, and the first year and a half of their lives-which becomes the backdrop for a powerful spiritual and emotional journey. Among a whirlwind of doctor appointments, tests, and unknowns, Morgan and Hugh wrestle with trying to grasp their reality as God's plan for their family, and the process of learning to trust the Lord in the midst of all things-even in situations that the rest of the world might see as negative.
A true testament to the power of choosing joy and God's grace in unexpected situations and suffering, this deeply personal look at the life of a family with two differently abled children will inspire readers everywhere by framing life's trials as an opportunity to let go and trust God in a raw and authentic way.
|Publisher:||His Hands His Feet His Heart|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
Morgan Cheek is a licensed social worker, public speaker, and stay-at-home mom to Ally and Bailey Grace-two wonderfully, uniquely, and differently abled twin girls. She currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama, with her husband, Hugh, who recently finished his pediatric residency. Cheek is the author of "His Hands, His Feet, His Heart," a Christian blog with a focus on the journey to seeing God in all things.