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Dear Pierson family,
I remember seeing Gavin at Gillette in February and things looked so bleak.  His recovery has been miraculous.  I'm so sorry that Gavin still has to go through all the medical crap.  It must be so discouraging to you all.  I know how hard it is when your kid cries because of something that he has to have done.  You feel so powerless.  Praying that you will all find some peace in all of this.  You are loved so much.  
Any news about Gage?







Michelle Bangert
Michelle Bangert
For what it's worth, I have not forgotten.  I see that the guestbook entries have dwindled, however, I continue to think about Gavin each and every day.  I hold him close to my heart.  Sometimes, I think, "oh, I have this going on and I'm feeling overwhelmed, what would Gavin do?" and then I'm back into perspective.  I still realize how much you are all going through even though you don't post every single thing.  If you did, you'd go crazy.  When I read about Gage and his heart issue, I thought to myself, Lord, no.  How much more can this family take.  I know you probably get tired of hearing that God only gives us as much as we can handle and that must be getting so frustrating to hear.  God knows that you and Steve are a remarkable team of parents.  I pray for strength for you both to have to deal with yet another detour.  No child should ever have to go through any medical condition and we are left to wonder "why?"  I will continue to pray for you all.
Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
I just love you guys and we continue to pray that you can feel some peace and comfort.  I don't blame you a bit, this has been so, so, so much.  You Nicole, are the worlds most attentive and loving mom I have ever known.  
Really you are.  I pray for your continued strength as a mom.  I am so glad all three of you can go together for the scan.  Steve is such a remarkable father too.  He has been there every step of the way and has reassured Gavin that he is not alone.  Gavin couldn't have better parents...God knew just who he needed.  Love to you all.
barb arends
barb arends
Dear Nikki,

Thank you so much for posting the pictures on this site for people like me who have not yet figured out Facebook!  The pictures are  so beautiful.  Such joy on everyone's faces.  It speaks volumes about how you and Steve have loved your family through all you have been through.  And the orb - I love it when God pops in somewhere and surprises us, reminding us that He is always with us. 

love to you all,


Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
A miracle INDEED!  I so agree with you, of course you would try any chance at saving his life.  That is a loving mom move, no questions should ever be asked as to why.  We continue to pray that Gavin can retain his strength and progress, and that amazing scan results will lead to an obvious next step to keep him moving forward on this successful path you and Steve have worked SO hard at keeping him on.  God bless and love you all Piersons!  Have a sunny summer week!
Teresa Hornbuckle
Teresa

Dear Gavin and Family,

You do not know me, but I have followed your story on Caring Bridge now for quite a while.  I am amazed everyday by the strength you show as a family.  Before my father passed away suddenly in November of 2010 he was involved with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, especially their ride for kids.  It is motorcycle rides all across the country raising money for children with all types of brain tumors.  My dad was hooked after he randomly happened onto a ride and had the pleasure of speaking to many children fighting for their lives.  My dad would travel from MN, to AZ and FL to raise money and join the fight for children everywhere battling brain tumors.  After he passed away my husband and I decided to continue his mission.  Tomorrow July 20th is the MN Ride for Kids.  I will be thinking of Gavin tomorrow and I will pray that you all will soon be able to take comfort in a "normal" life and many years without Joe Bully!     

Spencer Brandsrud
Teresa Brandsrud
HI,  you know I really don't care for this new caring bridge format.  I was on my phone and didn't mean to leave a blank comment, so I tried to delete the comment and not sure if it did or didn't.  UGH!!  Anyway...still reading, still praying and still so happy for Gavin to making such great progress!!  Take care!
Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
Praying that God will provide an amazing way to fund this new therapy, it sounds so purposeful and hopeful.  I can only imagine how busy you are...all the appts and summer activities!  You are one awesome momma!!  Hope you find some super fun summer things this week, like you said, to weave through it all for balance.
barb arends
barb arends
Dear Pierson family,
I remember seeing Gavin at Gillette in February and things looked so bleak.  His recovery has been miraculous.  I'm so sorry that Gavin still has to go through all the medical crap.  It must be so discouraging to you all.  I know how hard it is when your kid cries because of something that he has to have done.  You feel so powerless.  Praying that you will all find some peace in all of this.  You are loved so much.  
Any news about Gage?







Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
I just love you guys and we continue to pray that you can feel some peace and comfort.  I don't blame you a bit, this has been so, so, so much.  You Nicole, are the worlds most attentive and loving mom I have ever known.  
Really you are.  I pray for your continued strength as a mom.  I am so glad all three of you can go together for the scan.  Steve is such a remarkable father too.  He has been there every step of the way and has reassured Gavin that he is not alone.  Gavin couldn't have better parents...God knew just who he needed.  Love to you all.
Teresa Hornbuckle
Teresa

Dear Gavin and Family,

You do not know me, but I have followed your story on Caring Bridge now for quite a while.  I am amazed everyday by the strength you show as a family.  Before my father passed away suddenly in November of 2010 he was involved with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, especially their ride for kids.  It is motorcycle rides all across the country raising money for children with all types of brain tumors.  My dad was hooked after he randomly happened onto a ride and had the pleasure of speaking to many children fighting for their lives.  My dad would travel from MN, to AZ and FL to raise money and join the fight for children everywhere battling brain tumors.  After he passed away my husband and I decided to continue his mission.  Tomorrow July 20th is the MN Ride for Kids.  I will be thinking of Gavin tomorrow and I will pray that you all will soon be able to take comfort in a "normal" life and many years without Joe Bully!     

Michelle Bangert
Michelle Bangert
For what it's worth, I have not forgotten.  I see that the guestbook entries have dwindled, however, I continue to think about Gavin each and every day.  I hold him close to my heart.  Sometimes, I think, "oh, I have this going on and I'm feeling overwhelmed, what would Gavin do?" and then I'm back into perspective.  I still realize how much you are all going through even though you don't post every single thing.  If you did, you'd go crazy.  When I read about Gage and his heart issue, I thought to myself, Lord, no.  How much more can this family take.  I know you probably get tired of hearing that God only gives us as much as we can handle and that must be getting so frustrating to hear.  God knows that you and Steve are a remarkable team of parents.  I pray for strength for you both to have to deal with yet another detour.  No child should ever have to go through any medical condition and we are left to wonder "why?"  I will continue to pray for you all.
barb arends
barb arends
Dear Nikki,

Thank you so much for posting the pictures on this site for people like me who have not yet figured out Facebook!  The pictures are  so beautiful.  Such joy on everyone's faces.  It speaks volumes about how you and Steve have loved your family through all you have been through.  And the orb - I love it when God pops in somewhere and surprises us, reminding us that He is always with us. 

love to you all,


Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
A miracle INDEED!  I so agree with you, of course you would try any chance at saving his life.  That is a loving mom move, no questions should ever be asked as to why.  We continue to pray that Gavin can retain his strength and progress, and that amazing scan results will lead to an obvious next step to keep him moving forward on this successful path you and Steve have worked SO hard at keeping him on.  God bless and love you all Piersons!  Have a sunny summer week!
Spencer Brandsrud
Teresa Brandsrud
HI,  you know I really don't care for this new caring bridge format.  I was on my phone and didn't mean to leave a blank comment, so I tried to delete the comment and not sure if it did or didn't.  UGH!!  Anyway...still reading, still praying and still so happy for Gavin to making such great progress!!  Take care!
Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
Praying that God will provide an amazing way to fund this new therapy, it sounds so purposeful and hopeful.  I can only imagine how busy you are...all the appts and summer activities!  You are one awesome momma!!  Hope you find some super fun summer things this week, like you said, to weave through it all for balance.
barb arends
barb arends
Dear Pierson family,
I remember seeing Gavin at Gillette in February and things looked so bleak.  His recovery has been miraculous.  I'm so sorry that Gavin still has to go through all the medical crap.  It must be so discouraging to you all.  I know how hard it is when your kid cries because of something that he has to have done.  You feel so powerless.  Praying that you will all find some peace in all of this.  You are loved so much.  
Any news about Gage?







Michelle Bangert
Michelle Bangert
For what it's worth, I have not forgotten.  I see that the guestbook entries have dwindled, however, I continue to think about Gavin each and every day.  I hold him close to my heart.  Sometimes, I think, "oh, I have this going on and I'm feeling overwhelmed, what would Gavin do?" and then I'm back into perspective.  I still realize how much you are all going through even though you don't post every single thing.  If you did, you'd go crazy.  When I read about Gage and his heart issue, I thought to myself, Lord, no.  How much more can this family take.  I know you probably get tired of hearing that God only gives us as much as we can handle and that must be getting so frustrating to hear.  God knows that you and Steve are a remarkable team of parents.  I pray for strength for you both to have to deal with yet another detour.  No child should ever have to go through any medical condition and we are left to wonder "why?"  I will continue to pray for you all.
Spencer Brandsrud
Teresa Brandsrud
HI,  you know I really don't care for this new caring bridge format.  I was on my phone and didn't mean to leave a blank comment, so I tried to delete the comment and not sure if it did or didn't.  UGH!!  Anyway...still reading, still praying and still so happy for Gavin to making such great progress!!  Take care!
Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
I just love you guys and we continue to pray that you can feel some peace and comfort.  I don't blame you a bit, this has been so, so, so much.  You Nicole, are the worlds most attentive and loving mom I have ever known.  
Really you are.  I pray for your continued strength as a mom.  I am so glad all three of you can go together for the scan.  Steve is such a remarkable father too.  He has been there every step of the way and has reassured Gavin that he is not alone.  Gavin couldn't have better parents...God knew just who he needed.  Love to you all.
barb arends
barb arends
Dear Nikki,

Thank you so much for posting the pictures on this site for people like me who have not yet figured out Facebook!  The pictures are  so beautiful.  Such joy on everyone's faces.  It speaks volumes about how you and Steve have loved your family through all you have been through.  And the orb - I love it when God pops in somewhere and surprises us, reminding us that He is always with us. 

love to you all,


Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
A miracle INDEED!  I so agree with you, of course you would try any chance at saving his life.  That is a loving mom move, no questions should ever be asked as to why.  We continue to pray that Gavin can retain his strength and progress, and that amazing scan results will lead to an obvious next step to keep him moving forward on this successful path you and Steve have worked SO hard at keeping him on.  God bless and love you all Piersons!  Have a sunny summer week!
Teresa Hornbuckle
Teresa

Dear Gavin and Family,

You do not know me, but I have followed your story on Caring Bridge now for quite a while.  I am amazed everyday by the strength you show as a family.  Before my father passed away suddenly in November of 2010 he was involved with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, especially their ride for kids.  It is motorcycle rides all across the country raising money for children with all types of brain tumors.  My dad was hooked after he randomly happened onto a ride and had the pleasure of speaking to many children fighting for their lives.  My dad would travel from MN, to AZ and FL to raise money and join the fight for children everywhere battling brain tumors.  After he passed away my husband and I decided to continue his mission.  Tomorrow July 20th is the MN Ride for Kids.  I will be thinking of Gavin tomorrow and I will pray that you all will soon be able to take comfort in a "normal" life and many years without Joe Bully!     

Rebecca Reid
Rebecca Reid
Praying that God will provide an amazing way to fund this new therapy, it sounds so purposeful and hopeful.  I can only imagine how busy you are...all the appts and summer activities!  You are one awesome momma!!  Hope you find some super fun summer things this week, like you said, to weave through it all for balance.