He added: ‘I thought back to the moment where we found out Eva wasn't perfect, and how literally 30 seconds after our doctor told us our baby doesn't have a brain, somehow through full body ugly crying, Keri looked up and asked, 'If I carry her full term, can we donate her organs?'
‘In literally the worst moment of her life, finding out her baby was going to die, it took her less than a minute to think of someone else and how her selflessness could help,’ he said.
'It's one of the most powerful things I've ever experienced.’
As the ‘finish line’ approaches, they know it comes at a cost.
"We'll go to the hospital for a birth, and go home without a baby."
He finished his post describing just how remarkable his wife really is.
‘She's TOUGH. She's BRAVE. She's incredible. She's remarkable. She's cut from a different cloth, combining wit, beauty, courage, silliness, character and integrity into one spectacular woman.
‘And somehow, she's my wife. Not that I needed some awful situation like this to actually see all of that, but what it did was make me want to tell everyone else about it.’
This article first appeared on Practical Parenting.