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Family By Blood: Always Remember Who You Are

Family By Blood: Always Remember Who You Are

Mom, thank you for instilling valuable life skills in me through your role as a mother; I can now pass them on to my children and share them with the rest of the world. I love you more than you know and will forever be grateful.

Sophia and Jude, my darling twins, I pray you will be both blessed and a blessing to those who surround you. Always remember whose child you are. You are a Potter’s Child. You are mummy’s/mama’s precious miracles, and I love you both with all my heart.

I am grateful to my husband Dr. John Mathews who gives me the wings to soar. I am able to dream big because I am married to someone who works hard to make dreams a reality.

I wouldn’t have been able to complete this book without John’s help in many different areas, including watching our toddlers while I have my peace and quiet time to complete this book. My twins and I are blessed to have a husband and dad who supports and loves us. I don’t usually address him as Dr. Mathews, but in this book I wanted to because he truly earned it. I married a medical student who started residency. I have seen him toil through his journey: praying, working hard for many years, continuously learning and always dreaming big. But what sets him apart is his love for his patients; I am honored to be his wife.

I’d like to thank Dr. Sanya Thomas, whom I affectionately refer to as Sanya. I am incredibly proud of her achievements as she follows her dreams in America. She is a relative from India, and we have shared many significant life milestones together. During her transition times, she was willing to be our “overqualified nanny” while caring for our premature twins during their most difficult first months.

Dr. Thomas assisted Sophia and Jude multiple times when they suffocated after feeding (a problem caused by acid reflux that affects premature infants), leaving me terrified. Despite her busy schedule as a Physician-Scientist in Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School), I appreciate her willingness to help

Click HERE to read who else are instrumental in the making of my book, Potter’s Child.