If this doesn't break your heart and make you rage at a Universe so unfeeling, then you aren't alive.
The doctors agreed that despite their best (and often WAY outside the box) efforts, Kaitlyn's overall condition hadn't gotten any better over the past few months. If anything, it had gotten worse. Several of the treatements that the doctors had used in the past to get her through tough times simply didn't work for Kaitlyn anymore. It seems that Kaitlyn is telling us that she is tired and needs rest. Although it was difficult to do, we decided that the best thing for Kaitlyn was to keep her comfortable and let God's will be done.
Kaitlyn has been a fighter since the day she was born. She has her parents, who have sacrificed so much. The doctors, too, have gone well above and beyond for her. Her church family has done all it could. Her pastor, well, I guess you know what I'll say about that . . .
I don't know what else to say. Pray for Kaitlyn, for her parents Chris and Kristina, her extended family. And you know what? Be thankful for her life. I don't know if I could have continued fighting as long and as hard as she has. Whatever the outcome, the world is a better place, a little brighter, because Kaitlyn Weber is in it.