Christian singer and American Idol alum Colton Dixon and his wife, Annie, are delighted over the fact that their identical twin girls, Ava Dior (“Dior”) and Athens Elizabeth, arrived on Aug. 18. “We are over the moon to experience life with these twin girls,” the couple told People magazine.
The Dixons’ happy ending, however, did not come without its scary moments. After a 30-hour labor followed by an emergency C-section, Dior was born with no pulse. Dixon told People, “In that moment, we had a choice: faith or fear,” he said. “We watched and prayed as the doctors and nurses resuscitated our daughter back to life.”
“After several days in the NICU, Dior was able to join us at home, happy and healthy. That was a great day,” he added. “Life doesn’t always happen the way we want it to, but we believe that life is more about the way we respond to things than what happens to us. We thank God and our amazing doctors and nurses for our two little miracles.”
Dixon also shared the family’s miracle on Twitter, explaining, “We originally wanted to keep this story in the dark, but realized that this is a story of hope that needs to be heard. Just because a situation looks dark or grim doesn’t mean that you agree with it or give it control over the outcome.” He added later in the thread, “Sometimes we have to fight. Our word[s] are a weapon. Our praise is a weapon. God declared us victorious as His sons and daughter, but according to His word, we have to agree with Him. … Also, are they not the CUTEST EVER.”
We originally wanted to keep this story in the dark, but realized that this is a story of hope that needs to be heard. Just because a situation looks dark or grim doesn’t mean that you agree with it or give it control over the outcome.
— Colton Dixon (@coltondixon) September 3, 2020
Sharing a photo of the newborns’ tiny toes, Dixon and his wife told People, “They truly are our two little miracles.”
SOURCE: Charisma News