Our darling Nora was born with Turner Syndrome. Turner Syndrome is a condition that occurs in about 1 in 2,500 baby girls, and happens from the time of conception. Girls and women with Turner Syndrome have varying symptoms as well as varying forms of their second X chromosome throughout their genetic makeup. In Nora's case, there is only one X chromosome throughout. This can mean a variety of things for her life now and in the future. So far, it's the cause of three different surgeries she has had, including consistent follow ups with cardiology, endocrinology, genetics and ENT. Given time, the number of specialists she sees may grow. Turner Syndrome Colorado is an organization that has been invaluable for Nora, and for us as her parents. Before she was born they stepped in to help us make decisions regarding her future, and continue to do so. They have helped us get support from a team of incredible doctors in the Turner Syndrome Clinic at Children's Hospital Colorado, and they have helped give us a much needed group of supportive family and now friends. Along with the Turner Syndrome Colorado we have been surrounded by all of you. From the very beginning we have felt overwhelmed and overjoyed by your support in so many ways, from prayer warriors and homemade meals to financial support through hospital stays and direct donations to Turner Syndrome Colorado. If you feel so inclined, Nora and so many other girls in Colorado, will feel the impact of a donation to this fundraiser. Regardless, we are forever grateful to all of your previous and continued support of Nora and Turner Syndrome Colorado. Thank you!