Blogs from the Nevus Family
by Mark Beckwith
Blog for one of the largest, if not the largest, patient advocacy group(s) for those affected by large congenital melanocytic nevi and neurocutaneous melanocytosis, in the world.
by Nicole Baker
Blog about the Baker family and their adopted daughter, Ava, who has a giant congenital nevus.
by Carrie Burns
I decided to start one of these things so some of our friends and family can see what we are up to all the time and so I have somewhere to put down all the joys and frustrations I face daily.
by Debra Carr
We hope you enjoy reading about our family and our journey with our children.
by Kate Chalk
James Marshall Chalk was born on November 14, 2008 with a rare skin condition called Giant Congenital Nevus.
by Tracey Downey
Journey to Our lil Angel in China.
by Tracey Downey
By adopting a child and helping them reach their potential, they help us reach ours.
by Crystal Greer
This is a story of struggle, of hope, of family & friends, of love, this is Haleigh's Story.
by Holly Hase
This story will be filled with joy, perseverance, and maybe a few (very few) moments of sadness.
by Michelle Helder
Our family of two for 11 years was blessed through adoption and became a family of 3 in 2009. Keziah Kristina joined our family only being 3 days old.
by Jennifer King
Austin is a preschooler with a condition called neurocutaneous melanocytosis (NCM). We hope you enjoy reading about his adventures.
by Maggie Mangold
by Christine Melton
My name is Joshua, and I was born with a rare and very special medical condition, and most people have never even heard of it.
by Eric M.
This blog is a chronicle for family and friends to follow our adventures as Sophie grows and as we deal with her medical care related to treatment of her giant congenital scalp nevus.
by Jennifer Mitchell
Blog about the Mitchell family, and an account of their son Riley, who passed away on March 11th, 2010.
by Amie Moller
Zachary was born with Giant Congenital Melanocytic Nevus. This very rare condition affects only 1 in 500,000 so I guess you could say he's one in a half-million.
by Beth Nagel
A step at a time… Our story of walking through life with God by our side.
by Beth Nagel
Blog of Beth Nagel and her family's process to adopt a little girl from China.
by Kelli Pavlish
by Krystal Phillipson
Continue to follow Brayden's Journey and you will learn all about nevus.
by Melissa Rexroat
This is the journey of my son, Aiden, who was born on November 1, 2010 with Congenital Melanocytic Nevus.
by Lokesh Sehgal
I am writing this blog to help people with birthmarks, no matter how much we say we accept the birthmark, but it makes us feel different especially if the birthmark is prominent or visible.
by Christy Speck
This nevus blog documents our journey with Kendall's compound congenital nevus and the removal process through tissue expansion.
by Becky Rigby
This blog chronicles the events leading up to the adoption of our daughter Sophie and life after.
by Amanda Travis
This blog, for my baby girl, is to keep everyone across the country who has been graciously praying for her informed about what is going on.
by Merilee Vance
We hope this blog will be a great way to inform you of what we're doing in our lives, as well as show off a few pictures of our family!
by Amanda Waite
Blog of Amanda and Mason Waite, and their daughter Claire, who was born with a congenital melanocytic nevus on the back of her neck.
by Nikki Warren Carter
Nikki Warren Carter's blog about her daughter Khloe, who was born with a CMN.
by Deb Whetstone
Blog set up to assist others that are making the same journey as the Whetstones.
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