Heather Winkeljohn resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico with her husband Mike and two daughters, Autumn, Teagan and step-daughter Michelle. She works as a Developmental Therapist to infants and toddlers with special needs. She takes an active interest in her husband's career, as a world renowned, mixed martial arts trainer. She also works and trains clients in the martial arts gym that she and her husband own and operate. Most importantly she is a scattered but well intentioned mom.
This is the story of a hemiplegic child, Autumn. She was a normal baby until delivered by vacuum extraction. Autumn lost seventy-five percent of her left brain from a massive stroke. The book chronicles the family's experience, struggles, and accomplishments from birth to the present. It's a story of valuable lessons but raises questions about our health care, legal system and use of the vacuum.