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A Heartbeat…for many parents, hearing the heartbeat of their unborn child becomes their first, loving bond to that child. It’s no wonder, then, that discovering that their child has a heart defect, whether diagnosed in the womb, shortly after birth or during childhood, can be devastating. Mended Little Hearts, a support program for parents of children with heart defects and heart disease, is dedicated to inspiring hope in those who care for the littlest heart patients of all. Mended Little Hearts offers resources and a caring support network as families find answers and move forward to find healing and hope. Mended Little Hearts of Dallas is a chapter of the national organization, providing support to heart families in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and surrounding areas. Our first official meeting was held at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas in November of 2011.

 



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One week left to submit your photo for the annual Rock Your Scar® contest! Voting is also open! 📸 Enter HERE: mendedhearts.org/connect/get-involved/rock-your-scar/In less than a week, our annual Rock Your Scar® contest will end 🙁. We have had some amazing submissions. You still have time to submit you or your child's photo and get votes! Voting is also opened! 📸 Enter HERE: mendedhearts.org/connect/get-involved/rock-your-scar/ ...
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Don't forget to share your Heart Warrior's story 💪 and be featured during Heart Week (Feb 7-14th)! ❤Submit your story below: forms.gle/yf6HV2NNicqx4Hwp9 ...
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Timeline photosThe Mended Hearts HeartGuide™ is one of the best resources we have! This is a detailed guide on everything heart! It is a trusted companion for readers along the journey to heart health.Download or Read HERE: mendedhearts.org/toolsresource/mh-and-mlh-heartguides/ ...
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If you can't fly then run,if you can't run then walk,if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.- Martin Luther King, Jr. ...
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