Our daughter Sara was born with a heart defect called Ebstein's anomoly. We found out at a routine ultrasound at 24 weeks and they said it might mean a heart transplant. We were sent to the Children's hospital, and she was born early at 35 weeks. On that day, our lives changed. Not only did the world we knew come to a halt, but time seemed to stop because nothing else mattered. We were caught up in the world of hospital life, not knowing how long Sara would be in or even where we'd stay the night! Our home was nine hours away, and fortunately, we had relatives in the area that opened up their home.